Viscose Rayon

Viscose Rayon

Viscose rayon was first developed in the late 19th century as a cheaper, alternative material to silk and is widely used presently in clothing products owing to its attributes such as breathability, moisture wicking abilities, durability, lightweight, and softness. Its favorable properties have also seen it used in other products such as carpets; upholstery; home wear items, such as pillow and mattress casings; and nonwoven products, such as wipes, interlinings, and face masks. Viscose rayon is produced by dissolving cellulose, then converting the solution into insoluble fibrous cellulose.


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