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Silk Fiber Discovery, Production, Types and Unknown Facts |
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Silk Fiber Brief History 

Silk Fiber is known as the queen of all fiber.  It is a natural protein fiber; which has been used in textile manufacture for at least 5,000 years. About 90% of commercial silk fibers are mulberry silk. In this blog post  we will discuss:   …

Milk Fiber Fabric - Yarn | Properties and Uses
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Milk Fiber Fabric|Impacts and Prospects 

Introduction Milk Fiber was firstly introduced in 1930 in Italy & America to compete with wool. It is also known as Casein  Fiber or milk wool.  In this blog post, we will try to cover some key points on Milk Fiber Fabric.  Let’s start by knowing;   What is Milk Fiber?…

Natural Fiber Properties
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Natural Fiber Properties 

Introduction   Natural Fibers are in use from time immemorial. In this blog post; we will learn Top 10 Natural Fiber Properties. Do you know what is Natural Fiber? Natural Fibers are those fibers, that come from plants, animal, or mineral sources. Natural Fibers are eco-friendly and renewable. Also,…

Synthetic Fiber Types
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Synthetic Fiber Types 

Introduction   Synthetic fiber or synthetic fibre are fibers made by humans through chemical synthesis. These fibers are opposite to natural fibers that are directly derived from living organisms. In this blog post, we will describe the types of synthetic fibers.  Remember: Synthetic fibers are made from synthesized polymers of small molecules.  …

Abutilon Fiber | Bast Fiber | Innovation of Textile Fiber | The Stricker |
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Top 10 Bast Fiber 

Introduction In this blog post, we will try to give an overview of What is Bast Fiber and discuss the Top 10 Bast Fiber. So let’s begin. What is Bast Fiber Bast fibre (also called phloem fibre or skin fibre) is plant fibre collected from the phloem (the “inner bark”, sometimes called “skin”)…

Coffee Ground Fiber Properties and Uses- The Stricker
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Coffee Fiber Application and Uses 

Coffee Fiber; Globally, coffee production is estimated to be responsible for upwards of 23 million tons of waste per year. This waste can be recycled in textiles by making Coffee fiber and fabric.  The coffee yarn or coffee fabric is multi-functional and can be used…

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