VISCOSA: FIBRA ARTIFICIALE O SINTETICA? Sfatiamo un mito

VISCOSE: ARTIFICIAL OR SYNTHETIC FIBER? Let's dispel a myth

Viscose is often mistakenly considered a natural or even synthetic fiber.
But, to be precise, it is neither: viscose is an artificial fiber of natural origin, which imitates the softness of vegetable fibers.

What does it mean exactly?


In the meantime, remember that there is a lot of difference between an artificial fiber and a synthetic one.
In practice, viscose is onetextile fiber created by man artificially through the use ofplant substances already present in nature, such as cellulose (which is obtained from wood).
For this reasonit should not be confused with synthetic fibers, because these, on the contrary, are produced starting from materials that do not exist in nature (such as polyester), the result of chemical synthesis by man.
Compared to synthetic fibers, viscose fabricsthey absorb moisture better.
Plus viscose classifies as onehypoallergenic fiber which allows its use in the creation of blankets and sheets, as well as classic underwear and clothing.
It's about onevery light and shiny fiber, so much so that due to its characteristics of softness and freshness it is also calledartificial silk.
Furthermoreit is very resistant, dries quickly and is a dal fabriceasy maintenance.

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