The integrated and refined version of the common fabric issues and their solutions

Color inconsistency

Fabric colors may be uneven during production, washing, or use. To reduce color inconsistency, choose high-quality dyes, strictly control the dyeing process, and improve the consistency of dyeing temperature and time.


Fabric dimensions may shrink during washing or heating. To reduce shrinkage, choose fabrics with good dimensional stability, such as synthetic fiber fabrics, and perform pre-shrinking treatment during production.


Fibers on the fabric surface may easily tangle together, forming small balls during use. To reduce pilling, choose anti-pilling fabrics, such as specially treated polyester or nylon. Also, clean and maintain the fabric correctly, avoiding excessive friction.

Color fading

The color of the fabric may fade during washing and use. To reduce the risk of color fading, choose fabrics with high color fastness and follow proper washing methods, such as using mild detergent, washing with cold water, and avoiding prolonged soaking.


Fabric colors may gradually fade after exposure to sunlight or long-term use. To alleviate discoloration, choose fabrics with high lightfastness, and avoid excessive exposure to sunlight. Regularly turn garments inside out and avoid damp environments to help delay discolorati on.

Static electricity

Fabrics, especially synthetic fiber fabrics, may generate static electricity during friction or contact. To reduce static issues, choose fabrics with good anti-static properties, such as natural fibers or synthetic fibers treated with anti-static agents. Using anti-static agents, maintaining moderate air humidity, and avoiding excessive friction also help reduce static problems.


Fabrics may experience wear, tearing, or holes during use. To extend the life of the fabric, choose fabrics with high wear resistance and strength, such as nylon and polyester. Also, use and maintain the fabric correctly, avoiding contact with sharp objects.


Fabrics may lose their original shape during use and washing. To reduce the risk of deformation, choose fabrics with good elasticity and resistance to deformation, such as blended fabrics containing spandex. Additionally, follow proper washing and maintenance methods, such as hand washing, gently squeezing, and laying flat to dry, to reduce deformation.


Fabrics may produce unpleasant odors during production, storage, or use. Odors may come from chemicals used in the production process, poor storage conditions, or microbial growth. To reduce odor issues, ensure cleanliness in the fabric production process, store fabrics properly (avoiding dampness, high temperatures, or direct sunlight), and regularly clean and ventilate the fabric.