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Synthetic fabrics

Fabrics of synthetic origin are widely used in the modern textile industry. They can be used both alone and as a combination with mixed-composition fibers. Due to the fact that different chemicals form the basis of their production, this fabric will never be ruined by the clothes moth. The synthetic material does not change its shape and does not wrinkle, so it is very easy to use. The popular representatives of synthetic fabrics are viscose and polyester. During the production phase, these materials are treated with a special technology, which provides a dirt-repellant and antimicrobial effect. This means that different microbes and fungi do not multiply in the fibers even in the unfavorable conditions of tissue conservation. To provide a non-flammable effect, the fabric can be treated with special solutions. Some synthetic fabrics can withstand temperatures up to 1200 degrees. Synthetic fabrics do not allow air to pass, and at the same time maintain body heat. Modern synthetic fabrics can contribute to the regulation of body temperature, minimizing the risk of overheating or freezing.