Made of waterproof PVC fabric (ordinary cotton cloth treated with water repellent). The water repellent is a white wax-emulsified pulp containing aluminum salts. After the white wax is emulsified, it becomes fine particles, which are evenly distributed on the fibers of the cotton cloth. White wax and water are incompatible. When water meets the white wax, it forms an oval water droplet that rolls back and forth on the white wax. It can be seen that the white wax plays a role in preventing rain. In physics, this phenomenon of impermeability is called the "impermeable phenomenon". Once the water encounters ordinary cotton cloth, it penetrates through the capillaries between the fibers, which is called the "moisturizing phenomenon".
Double-sided waterproof, single-folded heat-sealed at four corners; a rope is fixed along the edge, covering recreational vehicles, trucks, boats, construction sites, firewood, but also trucks, trailers, equipment, ground, emergency rescue, painting, etc. . The product is waterproof, cold-proof, sun-proof, anti-aging, anti-ultraviolet, durable, pressure-resistant, folding-resistant, corrosion-resistant and lightweight.
There is also a waterproof PVC fabric called waterproof oxford cloth. Waterproof oxford cloth is made by adding waterproof technology to the finishing of oxford cloth to achieve the waterproof effect. It is precise because Oxford cloth has a waterproof effect, so it is also used in outdoor sports fabrics (backpacks, bags, or trolley suitcases for clothing, simple tents, etc., professional tent fabrics for extreme environments such as mountains, plateaus, and snow-capped mountains).
PVC Fabric Manufacturers think that only the fabrics that can prevent rain can be collectively called waterproof PVC fabric, right? But we think that Oxford fabrics cannot be said to be the strongest, but using Oxford fabrics as rainproof fabrics, the lifespan is quite good Long, otherwise, why do many customers ask to use oxford instead of other fabrics?