Fluorescent fabrics are widely used in high-end workwear and casual clothing fabrics, and are made of high-quality filaments and combed cotton threads. Because the choice of 3/1 or 4/1 twill weave makes the polyester floating point on the fabric far more than cotton, and the cotton floating point is concentrated on the reverse side. It seems that polyester covers the cotton, so it is also called polyester cover cotton. The front of the fabric is easy to dye bright colors, the luster is full, and the back is made of high-strength cotton, which is strong and very comfortable.
The fluorescence comply to the norm of EN20471. The primary colors are: fluorescent yellow, fluorescent orange, and fluorescent red. There are two kinds of fluorescent cloth: twill and satin. The weight is between 180-310 grams. The ratio of polyester and cotton is proportional and inverse. While maintaining the original properties of fluorescent fabrics, the fabric has also developed anti-static, waterproof, and flame-retardant functions, making its applicability wider and more versatile.