What is Blend Ratio?
Blend ratio refers to the proportion of different fibers or materials used in a fabric blend, expressed as a percentage. It indicates the composition and distribution of fibers in a textile product. For example, a fabric with a blend ratio of 70% cotton and 30% polyester means that 70% of the fabric is composed of cotton fibers, while 30% consists of polyester fibers. The blend ratio can vary depending on the desired characteristics of the fabric, such as softness, strength, durability, or moisture management. Fabric blends are commonly used to combine the desirable properties of different fibers, creating textiles that offer a balanced combination of features.