Fibre Types

Leather Cleaners
to Clean & Condition All Your Leather

Deck & Wood Cleaning
Clean and protect all your wood.

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water repellant spray -  to protect all your Suites, Raincoats, Shoes, Bags & Carpets
Pro 20m Lint Rollers Refills
+ Bobble Removers
Stain Treatments
for Tea, Wine, Glue Rust + Many More
Bobble Removers
The best bobble remover you can buy
Press Home Presses
Steam presses for home use
Curtain Cleaning Service
Full take-Down & Re-Hang + 
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Grooming Kit
Get rid of bobbles Fluff, Lint & Hair too
All Natural Moth Repellants
Stain Guard -
Simply-Spray on & it's Ready to Protect Carpets, Suites - Even Raincoats. 
Irons, Boards & Steamers for shop & home use
 
Odour Treatments
get rid of nasty smells while you sanitise & clean

 

Fibres can be divided into three basic types:

Natural Man Made Synthetic

(technically fibres are either man-made or natural but this further division can be useful)

Which can be further sub-divided into the following fibres...

Natural
Animal Vegetable Mineral
Wool Cotton Asbestos
Silk Linen  
Mohair Kapoc  
Camel Hemp  
Cashmere Jute  
Angora Sisal  
Man Made
Regenerated Cellulose Modified Cellulose
Viscose Diacetate
Cupro Triacetate
Modal  
Lyocel  
Rubber  
Casein (protein)  
Synthetic
Synthetic Mineral
Polyester Carbon
Polyamide (nylon) Glass
Polyurethane Metal
Polyacrylic  
Chlorofibre  
Polyolefin  
Fibres shouldn't be confused with fabrics, which are made up of fibres. For example satin is a particular type of weave that can be made out of silk, polyester or even cotton, whereas a large number of people believe that satin itself is the fibre. To fin out more about fabrics follow the link below.
Fabric Help Washing Instructions
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