Where are the end uses of milk fiber?
• Apparel: T-shirts, underwear, sportswear, outerwear, cardigans, jumpers, sweaters and socks are made using milk fiber.
• Home Textiles: Home furnishing utilises milk fiber blends with cotton and silk. The blended fabric has an exquisite sheen and gracefulness. Floor coverings and tufted carpets are made using wool and casein blends. Other home textiles items include bath towels, bedding and top sheets.
• Milk fiber is often blended with various properties in order to impart additional properties to the resultant fabric. Some of the common blends of milk fabric are wool (94%) and casein fiber (6%); viscose (50%) and casein fiber (50%).
• When milk fiber is blended with silk and bamboo the resultant fabric produced is cool and comfortable with soft hand, lustrous appearance and moisture and sweat absorption properties.
• Milk fabric exhibits properties such as warmth, heat insulation, permeability and humidity-resistant when blended with wool and cashmere.
• When blended with a natural fiber like cotton and cashmere, casein fiber is used to make comfortable undergarments.