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Which Burns Faster & Why: Cotton or Polyester Blend?

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Cotton is a form of cellulosic fiber. Other cellulosic fibers are linen, acetate and rayon. Like cotton, linen is natural, but acetate and rayon are manufactured. Cotton can burn quickly and will usually produce a yellow flame. Cotton burns very hot
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