Cashmere is a thin layer of fine velvet growing in the outer cortex and covered in coarse roots of the goat. It grows to fight against cold in the winter and falls in the warming spring to adapt to natural climates. It's a rare special animal fiber. Cashmere is precious because of its scarcity (it accounts for just 0.2% of the world's total animal fiber production). What is more important, its excellent quality and characteristics consider it as "fiber gem" and "fiber queen" during transactions. Cashmere feels delicate and slipper. It's good and warm, made into clothes comfortable to wear. It has strong moisture absorption and is comfortable to wear. Its moisture absorption capacity is the strongest among all fibers with moisture regaining rate around 15%. The cashmere underwear can be automatically hygroscopic under changeable temperatures. It has a good perspiration effect and can quickly and automatically create a temperature suitable for human skins.
Modal fiber is made of European beeches, made into wood pulp first and then processed into fibers through specialized spinning processes. Its raw materials are 100% natural and harmless to human body. It can also be decomposed naturally without harm to the environment. Natural Modal fiber has many advantages. It has cotton softness, silky luster, flax smoothness; It has water absorption and air permeability superior to those of cotton. Modal cloth feels fine and has good drape, so the dressing effect is good. Its good form stability and natural anti-wrinkle and non-ironing make it more convenient and natural. In addition, Modal fiber also has a high dyeing rate. Most importantly, the Modal fiber can be blended with any other fiber. Based on the above advantages, Modal fabric is widely used in clothing production.
Both cashmere and Modal can give people a warm and comfortable feeling. Cashmere is even rarer and more expensive than Modal.