- Silk nylon is an artificial material.
- Wool is a natural material.
cotton absorbs the most water, then wool, then nylon, ,and silk absorbs the least amount of water
Cotton, wool, silk, nylon.
nylon is said to be the strongest fibre..!!
Natural-silk, wool, cotton, flax (linen)... Syntheitc-raton, polyester, nylon, spandex...
it is nylon because nylon is a chemical
Silk is well known for being warmer than wool. Nylon and cotton are poorer insulators. (As well, there are other types of "wool" which are known for being much warmer than sheep's wool...)
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We get our food from fruits,vegetables and animals.We get our clothes from silk,nylon,wool and cotton
Cotton LInen Polyester Silk Wool Acetate Acrylic Nylon Rayon
Cotton and wool are natural; nylon is synthetic.
Rayon is more flammable than nylon. That is as long as the item is made from 100 percent nylon. Silk, and wool are also less flammable than rayon.
Silk is more soft and smart than nylon! Silk looks nobler! Silk is a natural material; nylon is man-made.
Cotton, linen, wool, polyester, silk, rayon, nylon, hemp- just about any fabric.
Cotton, fleece, wool, polyester, leather and Nylon are a few examples.
it is a protien fiber similar to wool and hair. earliest examples found in 3500 bce Silk is silky
Dresses are made of fabrics which can be cotton, silk, chiffon, wool, and synthetic fabrics like nylon, terylene etc
Natural proteins such as wool and silk and artificial such as nylon and aramids. Used in textiles, carpets and sportswear
wool from sheep. silk from silkworms.
nylon looks like silk, and is used as an alternative to silk.
Some examples: Wool, cotton, flax, mohair or silk
Wool is fabric that is made from sheep wool. Its spun and turned into fabric. Silk is made from the cocoons of silk worms. Wool is typically thicker, and silk has more flow.
Nylon was created to replace silk because silk is so expensive and hard to get.
nylon is about as strong as a spider's silk
Silk, sinew, wool, catgut, angora, mohair and alpaca are all examples of animal fibers.