Plush toy fabrics are divided into two types: pure wool and chemical fiber. Pure wool fabrics are expensive and easy to be eaten by insects, so they are rarely used. If you want to distinguish between pure wool and chemical fiber fabrics, you can try: pull out a few fibers from the plush toy, and use a fire to observe the results of the combustion. It becomes a powder with a finger pinch, which is pure wool fabric. If it leaves a brown paste after burning, it feels sticky when you pinch it with your fingers, it is a chemical fiber fabric.
Secondly, we can also simply check the sewing quality of plush toys? First of all, follow the direction where the plush is naturally covered. At this time, the plush toy in your hand should not show the obvious color difference, shed hair, show the bottom, and should not be moth-eaten or moldy. After combing, the plush should be able to quickly return to its original shape. If it can’t, and it looks like there are chaotic stripes, the quality of the fabric used in this plush toy is not good enough.
Next, we can also check the joints between the head and the body of the plush toy, and how the sewing techniques are used for the joints between the limbs and the body. The general standard is that the bottom of the thread is uniform, no off-line, no exposed thread. We can pinch any sewing part of the toy and pull it left and right several times. There is no disconnection or cracking, which is a well-finished plush toy.