Viscose

Viscose

Contrary to popular belief, viscose fibers are fibers that have a natural base and, like cotton and linen, are cellulosic. The only difference that can be attributed to viscose fibers (raven) compared to cotton and fabric is that these fibers are like paper in which the wood of the tree is first kneaded and then produced in the process of the final product, which is paper. to be; These fibers are exactly like that

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