Why do spools appear?
Pellets are called loose villi or balls of fabric fibers that form on the surface of the material. The reason for their occurrence is the friction of the surface of the fabric or the abrasive effect of rougher surfaces. Pills on clothes are considered unaesthetic. Most often, spools on clothes are formed due to improper care of the item. Daily wear, washing and drying at inappropriate temperatures have an adverse effect on the fabric, resulting in the formation of pellets.
Products made of polyamide (nylon, kodura), nylon, lavsan (polyester and polyamide fibers) are especially susceptible to the formation of pellets. Of synthetic fabrics, acrylic fibers are the least prone to pilling.