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1.Generic names, percentage , united states or imported, manufacter name and man code or symbol, misleading fiber names, the tag 2. country of origin 3. 5, “other fiber” specific purpose. With exceptions of spandex. 4) consumer protection, 1984. Requires generic name of fiber, place of origin, manufacturers name, code, or symbol, SAME SIDE Mouisture absorbtion 5. long strands of fibers ,yards or miles. 6. short fibers, inches or fraction of inchessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss 7. successfully man loops…idk 8.loop hole . .idk 9. natural. Cotton is a seed fiber and flax is a bast fiber 10.manufactured 11. burns quickly does not glow, burning paper, light gray feathery ash 12. glows, does not burn, no smell, no residue, maybe just softens.
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Unformatted text preview: 13. slow burn, may self extinguish, burning hair, crushable ball. 14. quick burn, burning chemicals, maybe melts or shrinks 15. the ability for a fabric to return to original length after being stretched. 16. The ability for a fabric to carry water on surface 17. surface appearance, laundering 18. the ability for a fabric to get back into original shape after being bent or folded. 19. manufactured 20. manufactured fibers are usually white, but natural are in a range anywhere from white to brown, tan and possibly black. 21. they are natural, and proteins 22. bend stretch 23. surface appearance stretch wrinkle...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course HUEC 2040 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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