The synthetic fibre is known as rayon produced from regenerated cellulose wood pulp that has been chemically treated. Fabrics made of rayon are strong, highly absorbent, and soft; they drape well and can be mixed in brilliant, long-lasting colors. Rayon fibres are also used as reinforcing cords in motor tires, and their excellent absorbent makes them useful in medical and surgical materials. Rayon can be used alone or blended with other synthetic or natural fibres. Since the 80′ rayon use has grown dramatically as new formulations and blends to have added more strength and softness to the fabric and has made it more absorbent, more washable, and less vulnerable to wrinkling.
TEXTILE FIBRE OVERVIEW
ECO-FASHION-DENIM AND DIAGRAMS DICTIONARIES OVERVIEW