Clothing refers to the general term for clothes, shoes, bags, toys, accessories, etc., mostly clothes. Clothing appeared in the early days of human society. Ancient people made rough "clothes" from various materials that could be found around them to protect themselves. The first human clothes were made of animal skins, and the earliest "fabrics" to wrap the body were made of hemp fibers and grasses.
At present, most of the quality inspection services done by clothing enterprises are appearance quality inspections, mainly from the aspects of clothing materials, size, sewing and identification. What are the inspection contents and inspection requirements for clothing?
Fabrics and linings:
1. The fabrics, linings and accessories of all kinds of clothing should not fade after washing: the texture (ingredients, hand feel, luster, fabric structure, etc.), patterns and embroidery (position, area) should meet the requirements;
2. The fabrics of all kinds of finished garments should not have weft skew phenomenon;
3. The surface, lining, and accessories of all kinds of finished garments should not have rips, damage, holes or serious weaving residues (roving, missing yarn, knots, etc.) and selvedge pinholes that affect the wearing effect;
4. The surface of the leather fabric should not have pits, holes and scratches that affect the appearance;
5. All knitted garments should not have uneven surface texture, and there should be no yarn joints on the surface of the garments;
6. Garments inspection: The surface, lining and accessories of various types of clothing must not have oil stains, pen stains, rust stains, color stains, watermarks, offset printing, scribbling and other types of stains;
7. Color difference: there cannot be the phenomenon of different shades of the same color between different pieces of the same piece of clothing; there cannot be serious uneven dyeing on the same piece of the same piece of clothing (except for the design requirements of style fabrics); There should be no obvious color difference between the same color; there should be no obvious color difference between the top and the matching bottom of a suit with separate top and bottom;
8. The fabrics that are washed, ground and sandblasted should be soft to the touch, correct in color, symmetrical in pattern, and not damaged (except for special designs);
9. All coated fabrics should be uniform and firm, and there should be no residues on the surface. After the apparel inspection finished product is washed, the coating shall not be blistered or peeled off.
Standards for apparel inspection: GB18410-2010 product classification requirements; GB18401-2010 "National Basic Safety Technical Specifications for Textile Products".