Fine cotton (or chintz) is a widespread 100% cotton fabric.
As well as basic cotton, fine cotton has a plain weave, but compared to the basic cotton, it is feels lighter and softer, for it is produced from fine yarns. Different types of fine cotton are produced: bleached, dyed and printed. Washing at a temperature not exceeding 60 degrees ensures the colour permanence.
Fine cotton is used for:
- bed linen
- inexpensive women’s and children’s home and summer clothing