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€11.60 with bulk discount Georgette 65gsm €14.90
€11.90 with bulk discount Mesh 65gsm €18.90
€14.40 with bulk discount popular Faux Silk Satin 85gsm €18.90
€14.40 with bulk discount Crepe 100gsm €15.90
€12.60 with bulk discount Activewear Microfiber 100gsm €16.70
€13.55 with bulk discount Plain Flame Retardant 145gsm €17.90
€14.40 with bulk discount Travel Mare Eco (Microfiber) 200gsm €18.90
€14.60 with bulk discount Sport Lycra 210gsm €22.90
€17.50 with bulk discount popular Performance Lycra Eco 220gsm €23.90
€18.20 with bulk discount popular Peachskin Jersey Eco 230gsm €19.90
€14.80 with bulk discount Oxford Waterproof 260 gsm €15.90
€12.70 with bulk discount Soft Touch Velvet 280gsm €23.60
€18.00 with bulk discount popular Performance Heavy Lycra Eco 280gsm €24.90
€19.00 with bulk discount Softshell Waterproof 310gsm €22.90
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What is Man-made fabric
Man-made fabrics, also known as synthetic or artificial fabrics, are textiles that are made from chemical processes using synthetic fibers or a blend of natural and synthetic fibers. These fibers are often made from petrochemicals, such as oil or natural gas, and are then spun into yarns and woven or knit into fabrics.
Some of the most common types of man-made fabrics include polyester, nylon, rayon, spandex, and acrylic. Each type has its own unique properties and characteristics, making them suitable for a variety of applications.
Polyester is a versatile and durable fabric that is often used in clothing, sportswear, swimwear, upholstery, and bedding. It is resistant to wrinkles, shrinking, and fading, making it an ideal choice for everyday wear and home furnishings.
Spandex, also known as Lycra or elastane, is a stretchy and form-fitting fabric that is often used in sportswear and lingerie. It can stretch up to 600% of its original length and then return to its original shape, making it ideal for garments that require a close fit.
Man-made fabrics have revolutionized the textile industry by providing a cost-effective and versatile alternative to natural fabrics. They have also contributed to the development of innovative new products and applications, such as high-performance sportswear and advanced medical textiles.