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Excellent Abrasion Resistance
Worst abrasion resistance
Vinyon, Acetate and glass
Excellent Thermal Retention
Worst Thermal Retention
Cellulosic Fibers
Excellent Resiliency
Wool and Nylon
Worst Resiliency
Cellulosic Fibers
Excellent Light Resistance
Glass, Acrylic, Modacrylic, Polyester
Worst Light Resistance
Acetate, olefin, nylon, wool, silk
Tenacity increases when wet for
cotton, flax, and rayon
Tenacity decreases when wet for
wool, silk, and Aramid.
Absorbency is highest for
wool followed by rayon
Absorbency is lowest for
Fluoropolymer followed by Vinyon
Alkali damages
wool and silk
Acid damages
cotton, flax, silk, Lyocel, nylon 6, and rayon.
Acid-resistant fibers include
Wool, Acetate, Acrylic, Aramid, Glass, Modacrylic, Olefin, PBI, Polyester, Spandex, and Sulfar.
What are some resistance to light indicators?
Yellowing, Color Change, Weakening of Fabric, Complete Disintegration of Fabric