The first type of a doona suit is the disposable one. It has been around for many years, but it was not until recently that companies started manufacturing them with a special coating to make them more resistant to abrasion. The most common types are made out of acrylic or polyester fiberglass, but any fibers or man-made fibers could be used. After the fibers are woven into a single piece, the fabric is then vacuumed through a machine that removes the excess water and moisture, leaving only the pure polyester fibers underneath. After this process, the suit can either be tossed into the trash or washed and dried by hand in the laundry.
Another type of this type of suit is the one that has water resistance. This means that while the fibers are still wet, they can still hold the shape of the suit and prevent the fibers from being torn. The suits that have this type of water resistance have a slightly higher price point, but they tend to last longer than the moon suits without this type of water resistance. After washing and drying, the suit should be left to dry on its own.
The third type of suit is the disposable polyethylene suit. Unlike the fiberglass types, this type of suit has no waterproofing feature. Instead, it contains a liquid sealer that prevents seepage of water into the suit. This sealer can either be foam or silicon based. After washing and drying, this type of suit is good to wear. However, it cannot withstand any force applied on it as the sealer will simply tear after prolonged pressure.
The next suit on the list of a doona suit is the fiberglass door suit. As the name implies, this suit is made out of the same type of fiberglass material as boxer briefs and swimsuits do. The advantage of wearing this suit is that it can be worn again and it will not easily fade. It also does not have any significant fading effect on skin color and tone. As mentioned earlier, it is resistant to water so even if one sweats during a workout, the suit will not absorb the sweat and leave your skin feeling cool.
However, it has been noted that this type of disposable swimsuit can feel very uncomfortable in hot weather. In addition, it is said to lack any significant breath ability so sweating will occur more freely. This suit was used during World War I but has since fallen out of favor for various reasons including health concerns. Today, it is most commonly used for leisure activities and sport events.
Disposable doona suits are made from fabrics that are not hazardous to one’s overall health. The suits themselves are available in different colors and designs, which mean that no matter what the event is, a person wearing one will look good and feel confident. The suit is made from polyester and cotton blend with polyurethane back covering. Polyurethane is used as an effective barrier against bacteria and when mixed with the fibers of the suit, it makes the suit durable and elastic.