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Feb 26

Teach You to Quickly Identify the Button Material

In our common buttons such as the Chef Jacket Button, they can be roughly divided into plastic buttons, metal buttons, natural buttons, etc. Each button is made in a different process. Some buttons look the same in appearance, but the use of internal materials is completely different.

For plastic buttons such as the Plastic Chef Buttons and resin buttons, since the plastic buttons are made by die-casting, there is a line at the edge of the button. This is called a mold line. Some factories may remove this line in subsequent processing, and the appearance will become close to the resin button. However, the same amount of plastic buttons are lighter than resin buttons, and the surface of the resin buttons will be smoother, but it is easily scratched and chipped. If placed in water, the resin buttons may become soft.

Plastic chef buttons

In contrast, copper buttons and iron buttons are much different. You can use a magnet to test, or you can use a hard object to scrape off the plating on the button surface. If the inner layer is brass, it is a copper button. If it is black, For the iron button. In metal buttons, there is also a type of button called alloy button. Due to the die-casting, the alloy buckles are relatively heavy, and it is obvious that the inside is solid.

Having said that, how much do you know, you can find a few buttons with buttons in the closet to practice!