Types of Synthetic Fibres and Their Uses

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The most common synthetic fabrics are Polyester, rayon, Nylon and spandex. The fashion wear of today demands stretch fibre in India. Inviya spandex is one such option that goes well when it comes to the fashion fabric needs of today’s era.

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Created in 19 th century for the first time artificial fibres were created by scientists to replicate the fibres which were naturally occurring at that time. This was done using wood fibres and was called viscose. The first real fibre that could be genuinely called as synthetic fibre was Nylon because it was fully man-made. The most common synthetic fabrics are Polyester rayon Nylon and spandex. The fashion wear of today demands stretch fibre in India. Inviya spandex is one such option that goes well when it comes to the fashion fabric needs of today’s era.

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This is one of those fibres that resists wrinkles and can be easily washed in a machine. However it is not too absorbent and susceptible to mildew and electricity. It is often used for lining in fabrics and also for blends of cotton and poly.

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This is one such fibre that is strong and goes well with dye however it pills and is not absorbent. Often used to manufacture knits fake fur knits and wool imitation it blends well with rayon cotton and wool.

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This is again non absorbent fibre but is highly stretchable fibre and therefore it is perfect for manufacturing form-fitting and swimwear clothing. It is generally used to add an element of stretch to other fabric blends.

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Nylon is another synthetic fibre that machine washable and is strong wrinkle-resistant and elastic but it does not absorb well. It is used in manufacturing of chiffons satins and tricots. Synthetic fibres are in demand as they replicate natural fibres and at the same time add advantages such as absorbent qualities and stretch to the fabrics. Inviya spandex fibre is one of the popular synthetic fibre that is quite in demand for its 6 times stretch ability.

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