Guideline Ideas For Fast Strategies For Timothy Voit, chief marketing officer for Thomaston Mills , says his company sees a move toward cotton and cotton-rich products in sheets and towels.While synthetic fibers such as microfiber promise lower energy bills, issues such as micro-plastic pollution are becoming much more public. Hotels and laundries would be wise not to get caught on the wrong end of an increasing legislative and P.R. push to address the water and food chain pollution caused by these products, he says.Additionally, many of these sheets, including modal (rayon) cause great difficulties for laundries, such as pilling and high shrinkage due to low heat settings. Voit says that Thomaston also believes the tariff situation with China will not be resolved in the near term.While linens and uniforms have not been hit by tariffs yet, it is likely they will be hit with tariffs in 2019, as chemicals and machinery have been this year. These will prompt changes in many supply chains in the industry, as well as cost pressures. In hospitality, while there has been a movement in recent years toward more upscale products that are designed to replicate the home experience, we are seeing an added focus toward products that are designed to withstand the rigors of commercial processing, which is an area we are focusing on in order to provide our customers a stronger value proposition and lower cost-in-use, says Rob Zaslow, president of Thomaston. MarkKelleher, directorofmarketing for Venus Group , a global textiles manufacturer and distributor headquartered in Foothill Ranch, Calif., adds that the trends in hospitality textiles focus more on color and texture. The need for color is being driven by the fashion industry, and guests like to decorate or be surrounded by the type of decorations they observe around them, he says. Texture is achieved by weaving techniques, which invite the guest to touch and experience the product. More complex designs are coming into picture, Kelleher adds. Earlier, it used to be solids, stripes and checks, he points out. Now we started seeing more complex designs and textures incorporated. Each market has its own requirements and expectations in terms of bedding and textiles, explains Kelleher. Design concepts, as well as product expectations, differ based on regions, climates and property tiers. For example, you may see more use of bright coloring in a Florida property, while colors will be more muted in a D.C. property, he says. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit These.bservations confirm the coating of silica on the cotton textile and the grafting of stearic acid and PFTDS onto the particle surfaces. 3.5.Robustness of super hydrophobic surfaces To determine how auctioned cotton would be quite good, Ye said. 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