because of the exposure to sunlight
There are many good drapery fabrics that don't fade in the sunlight. Examples of good drapery fabrics that don't fade in the sunlight includes silk fabrics and woven fabrics.
It Depends on the furniture but if it is in direct sunlight it may fade.
we use sunlight to help our crops grow. Sunlight is also important to our clothes because it helps our clothes dry and gave it vitamin D. sunlight kills germs from our clothes.
It can be any number zero or more. Freckles are skin pigment sensitive to sunlight. It depends upon the skin type and exposure to sunshine; in the summer exposure to sunshine multiplies the number of freckles, but in winter with less sunshine they fade.
Lemon juice can cause colors to fade in the presence of sunlight due to the acidity in the lemons. The sun and acid combination will cause the first layer of skin to fade away, and the skin underneath is lighter.
UV exposure from excessive sunlight
red fades faster
yes. It depends on how much of the sunlight the plant has
Yes if they are in the sun a long time.
well red fades the faster
only if wet or under direct sunlight
Color printing sometimes does, but the black printing on newspapers usually will not fade. The paper, especially that made of highly acidic wood pulp, will turn yellow as it oxidizes due to sunlight.
It's because the sunlight decolor the colored paper. The sunlight makes the color of paper to another color.
Yes. Sunlight therapies are able to fade the stretch marks but it will require some massage with olive oil.
because it has too much miosture.
Not at all - you have to use the directed amount
hey i think they may fade after taking them out like every day for 2 years!. but they wouldn't faint that easy .
take off your clothes to gain exposure
Eat, breath, and sunlight exposure.
It gives you Vitamin D