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Why does polyester melt?

  Answer   Because polyester is made from synthetic, petroleum-based chemicals. which melt.
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Is polyester green?

Polyester is a category of polymers, but in common parlance, the word typically refers to polyethylene terephthalate. Fabrics are often woven from threads made from this polym (MORE)
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What is the tg of polyester?

"Tg" generally referes to the glass transition temperature of a polymer. For polyester ("PET"), the Tg is just under 70 degrees centigrade.
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What is polyester made out of?

hi, polyester is a synthetic fibre derived from coal, air, water and petroleum. polyester fibres are formed from a chemical reaction between an acid and alcohol.
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Density of polyester?

  Density of polyester is 1400 kilograms per cubic meter (or 1.40 grams per cubic centimeter). Density is defined by: rho = mass m / volume V. The SI units are kilograms p (MORE)

Does polyester shrink?

No I'm afraid polyester doesn't shrink, but be careful it can melt especially when you are ironing it.Hope I helped.
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How Is Polyester made?

"HOW IS POLYESTER MANUFACTURED?" Polyester is manufactured by mixing together short chemicals called monomers that link together. The mixture is then pushed through what look (MORE)
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Is polyester stretchy?

No--100% polyester generally does not have any stretch or give.  It's good to size up if you're ordering a polyester garment.
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