Recently, the research team published an article entitled "Temperature Regulation in Colored Infrared-Transparent Polyethylene Textiles
", which reported on the solution to the above problems. They succeeded in dyeing polyethylene materials through the rational selection and use of inorganic nanoparticles while retaining their unique infrared transparency. The mixing of inorganic nanoparticles and molten polyethylene also solves the problem of uniformity and stability of dyeing. The textile prepared by this method not only has an infrared transmittance of 80%, but also has a cooling effect of 1.6 ° C to 1.8 ° C compared with ordinary cotton fabric
, and maintains good stability after repeated washing.