Knitted working gloves are hand warmers or labor protection products, but also for decoration. Gloves are a very special thing. They were not produced for practical use. Only in modern times have they become necessary for heat preservation in cold areas, or medical antibacterial and industrial protective products.
Gloves are divided into cotton yarn, plush, leather, microfiber, cloth, rubber and so on. According to the shape of the fingers, there are: finger gloves: each has 5 separate long bags of fingers; mittens: northeastern China is called hand boring, the thumb is separated, and the remaining 4 fingers are connected together. Three-finger gloves: separate thumb and index finger, and connect the other 3 fingers together. Straight gloves: 5 fingers connected together.
Checking the historical records of the glove, it was first seen in the sixth century BC "Homer's Epic". When the ancient Greeks ate, they ate pilaf just like Indians or Middle Easterners, but they had to wear them before pilafing with their hands. The practical function of the special gloves is the same as the chopsticks used by Chinese people. Therefore, gloves used to be a pilaf tool in history.
Materials and fibers commonly used in manufacturing gloves: For the glove industry, the first basic knowledge that needs to be mastered is the textile fibers in the production of raw materials! However, there are many varieties of various glove fibers with different names. With the rapid development of science and technology, more and more new materials, new technologies, and new processes are emerging, so that there are many kinds of materials used, but some of them are the most basic and should be known in this industry!
The characteristics of knitted working gloves: non-melting and self-extinguishing (no additional fuel will not burn), stable size, excellent thermal stability (low shrinkage), stable chemical properties, soft, comfortable, washable and dexterous.