Regenerated Fibers

Regenerated fiber is created by dissolving the cellulose area of plant fiber in chemicals and making it into fiber again (by viscose method). Since it consists of cellulose like cotton and hemp, it is also called "regenerated cellulose fiber."

Rayon (Viscose, Staple Fiber)

Rayon is created by dissolving the cellulose area of wood pulp in chemicals and making it into fiber again (viscose method). It consists of cellulose like cotton and hemp.
On etymological grounds, rayon is also called artificial silk because it is shiny ray with gloss like silk. It is characterized by smooth texture, unique gloss, moisture absorption and desorption properties and superior staining property. It is used widely because it does not get soft and melt with heat.

Rayon (Viscose, Staple Fiber)

  

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