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Knitwear Pre-shipment Inspection:


How to inspect Sweaters, T-shirts, Jeans, Jackets, Pajamas, Jerseys, Pajamas, Wetsuits, Hotsuits, Knitwear etc.?

1. there are different inspection types during the production stage:


2. The on-site checking procedures are as follows:

  • Stain, mould, odor and insects
  • Color differences and shifting
  • Measurements
  • Thread ends
  • Special requirements & on-site testing
  • Customer's specs
  • Foreign objects like broken pins, human hairs
  • Fabric defects checking
  • Rub test
  • Packaging, labels and markings
  • Stitches

Knitwear Pre-shipment Inspection

As an example, the inspection protocols would normally like this:

  • Check the Care label content and symbols-1pc for each size each reference, the content match with the client’s requirement and fabric composition.
  • Needle Damage check - Pull the seams by hand in toughly force and check if there is any needle hole caused by the sewing machine.
  • Check how the garments are folded and show finished folded dimensions of the garments
  • Washing test using soap, no color fading.
  • Shrinkage check.
  • Perform metal detecting test.
  • Zipper test - pull through the rivets/zipper/ Velcro and snap it should be resistant-The zip should lock when it closed - The zip should not open from the middle - the stress should be focus on the bartack-20 pcs
  • Symmetric check - check if the right/left leg, sleeves, pocket design are symmetric - check if the garment twist and measure the difference if found.
  • Check percentage statements for each kind of fiber in a garment.
  • Hanger check if there is a hanger on the item-The hanger should be same as the approved sample and should not be damaged or distorted in any way.
  • Check the net weight for sweater garments.
  • Fitting on a model or a doll, If no mannequin available, ask someone to wear his (her) size, and see if it fits well and without any issues.
  • Humility check.
  • Smell check for offensive odors.



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