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In today’s Home Economics class, We will be talking about the Importance of Textile. We will also look at the difference between Natural and Synthetic Fibre. We hope you enjoy the class!
Topic: Importance of textile
Sub-topic: the difference between natural and synthetic fibres
Importance of Textile:
Textiles are sorted into different grades and then recycled in the following ways:
Reuse: Good quality clothing and shoes are sorted for reuse by charities, these are later sent to underdeveloped countries at cheaper rates.
Manufacturing: If garments are ripped or worn, they can be cut into squares and used as industrial wipers.
Reclamation: Some fibres, such as pure wool, can be pulled apart, dyed, and woven into new garments.
Natural fibres are made out of natural materials that come from plants, animals, or minerals. The raw, natural materials are woven into threads and yarns that are then woven or knit into natural fabrics.
Synthetic fibres are made of synthetic materials, usually formed through chemical processes. The fibres are generally extracted during the chemical process using a spinneret, which is a device that takes polymers to form fibres.
|Natural fibres||Synthetic fibres|
|They are highly absorbent||Waterproof and resistant|
|They are durable||Stain resist|
|They are eco-friendly I. e they have Smaller environment impact||Cheap and very affordable|
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In our next class, we will continue learning about Textile as we look into the Properties of different types of Fibres. We are very much eager to meet you there.
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