Cottonall Blog, Winston-Salem, NC
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Are you wondering whether you can use a standard rag or if you need a cotton blend to get the job done? Do you want to know where you can order quality wipes in bulk in Winston-Salem, North Carolina? Check out the Cottonall blog for the answers to these questions and more!
If you’re in need of custom industrial fabric, Cottonall has got you covered. We oversee the entire fabric-creation process, which eliminates the middleman and reduces the cost to you! Fabric conversion means custom creating fabric for a customer from start to finish based on their industry’s... Read More
You may have heard the term “French terrycloth,” but like many wiping cloth choices, you may not recognize the particualar kind of fabric when you see it. You’ve actually seen this fabric before and may be wearing it right now! French terrycloth is a knitted material that features soft piles... Read More
When it comes to towels, no two are exactly alike – much to the chagrin of the consumer! How do you know which towels will clean best, be most comfortable, and have better absorption than the others? With so many choices on the market today, it’s easy to get lost in the fray as you look for the... Read More
If you find yourself constantly making trips to the local store to buy cleaning rags, wipes, or towels, you may be looking for a way to stock up on necessary items while saving time and money. Most wholesale fabric suppliers offer the solution because you can buy in bulk at wholesale prices. The... Read More
There are lots of advertisements for lint-free cloths and cleaning rags these days, but how do you know if you’ve really found something that is going to do what it says it will? Is there a standard by which you can choose a lint-free cloth? Will it suit your specific application? The truth is... Read More
You may have heard the words “knit” or “woven” when searching through various fabrics, buying cloth wipes, or even when clothes shopping. What’s the difference between the two, and does it really matter if you choose knit or woven cloth for a specific application? Most people don’t really know... Read More