June 23, 2006, Newsletter Issue #52: Microfiber

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Microfiber material is made by weaving very thin synthetic fibers together into a fabric. It is usually made of polyester, but can be made of any synthetic fiber. It is woven with at least 200 threads per inch. Because the fibers are so fine, they are woven very tightly together, giving a very plush feeling fabric that drapes very well.

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