Water-soluble thread, which dissolves in low temperatures, quickly dissolves in cold water. It is the most common water-soluble thread currently used in the sewing field. It is white, and available in a variety of specifications.Common Applications
① Used to separate lace fabrics and socks and enhance three-dimensional effects in textile fabrics.
② Used for temporary stitching and false seams during the sewing process of clothing manufacturing. Helps avoid manual splitting processes to save labor and costs.
③ Used to hold fishing bait during fishing. Assists anglers in placing fishing bait in specific areas and avoiding waste.
④ To manufacture fabric that can’t come into contact with high temperature water, use this low temperature dissolving thread for a hollow effect.
⑤ Spinning with cashmere to produce fine count yarns.