Cotton fiber after it has been refined and then processed into a liquid form by dissolving it with a special chemical solution. The viscous liquids, when put into the spinning machine and then pressed through the small holes, together with the spinning solution, the cotton hardens. Then, the stiff cotton fibers are stretched and straightened into thin threads.|In the process of weaving fabric into a cloth, the warp and weft fibers are combined together. To expand cotton fibers, the manufacturer will polish the yarn and increase the ability to catch colors in dyed fibers and absorb water effectively. The final method is to bleach the fabric to achieve a natural color, free of grease stains and whiteness satisfactory for dyeing the fabric.|Fabric fibers are treated with a solution of additives and organic dyes to increase the ability to attach colors to cotton fibers. In the process of dyeing fabrics, synthetic dyes, along with chemicals to facilitate the best quality, are used.