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What are synthetic fibers?

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Synthetic fibres are man-made fibres that come from chemical resources. Synthetic fibres are continuous filament fibres so that means that the fibres come in long lengths and so it doesn't have to be spun out into yarn. Synthetic fibres are manufactured using plant materials and minerals: viscose comes from pine trees or petrochemicals, while acrylic, nylon and polyester come from oil and coal.

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