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*Egyptian cotton - Throughout the past three centuries, Egyptian cotton has prevailed as one of Egypt's biggest competitive advantages. With an established reputation of being the "best" cotton in the world, its softness, strength and superior characteristics, have positioned products made of Egyptian cotton as the world's finest.
Egyptian cotton has not gained such a reputation without reason. Egyptian cotton "is" the world's finest cotton and the following characteristics are what sets Egyptian cotton apart from other natural fibres:
-The length of the fibre makes it possible to make the finest of yarns without sacrificing the strength of the yarn
-The strength of the fibre makes fabrics more solid and more resistant to stress
-Its ability to absorb liquids gives fabrics made of Egyptian cotton deeper, brighter and more resistant colour
-Its softness feels like nothing else in the world
Egyptian cotton is hand picked which guarantees the highest levels of purity. In addition, hand picking puts no stress on the fibres - as opposed to mechanical picking - leaving the fibres straight and intact.
All these factors have resulted in Egyptian cotton being by far the best cotton in the world. Fabrics made of Egyptian Cotton are softer, finer and last longer than any other cotton in the world.
** American Polyester - Polyester is a synthetic fiber obtained from coal, air, water and oil. Developed in a 20th Century laboratory, polyester fibers are formed from a chemical reaction between acid and alcohol. In this reaction, two or more molecules are combined to make a large molecule whose structure is repeated throughout its length. Polyester fibers can form many ionic molecules that are very stable and strong.
In 1926 the US-based EI Du Pont de Nemours & Co. starts exploring many large molecules and synthetic fibers. This early study, headed by W.H. Carothers, focusing on what becomes nylon - the first synthetic fiber. Shortly thereafter, during the years 1939-41, British research chemists were interested in the de Ponte studies and conducted their own research at the laboratories of the Calico Printers Association. This work led to the creation of polyester fiber, known in England, as Tireline, and in Bulgaria as POLYESTER. From this day onwards, the United States will become a major manufacturer and supplier of polyester fabric in the world.
The American polyester has received such a reputation not without reason. Here are the following featureso f its best quailties:
-It Is lighter;
-It is more expansive;
-May be shiny or matte;
-Thanks to greater capacity due to the fineness of workmanship;
-Takes more sweat and moisture;
-For less fiber in fiber;
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