Abrasion is manifested in the morphological changes of the fabric, which are mainly damage, loss of quality, discoloration of appearance, and pilling. There are many methods for testing the wear resistance of textile products, such as flat grinding method, curved grinding method, hemming grinding method and compound grinding method. The Martindale method is a kind of flat grinding method, which is widely used in the abrasion resistance testing. Small samples of fabric are rubbed against known abrasive surfaces with a specific pressure in a Lissajous figure in order to measure the fabric's resistance when repeatedly rubbing with other materials. The test ends when threads break according to test method and the results are compared against standard parameters, the higher the score of rubs, the more suitable the fabric is for heavier usage. Key factors in fabric abrasion are the type of abradant, the direction and amount of force, the tension on the substrate, and whether the material is wet or dry.