Felt is a fabric that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing polyester fibers together. These fibers are mechanically interlaced with one another using a needling process. The type and proportion of synthetic fibers chosen during the creation of needle felts make it possible to further strengthen their resistance to particular chemical agents, extreme temperatures or specific mechanical working conditions. This backing lamination is similar to stitchbond and is applied for the lamination of upholstery fabrics used to cover bed bases with a non-quilt look.
• Strengthens resistance to certain chemical agents
• Resistant to extreme temperatures
• Invulnerable to specific mechanical working conditions