What are examples of regenerated fibres?

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regenerated fibres are produced from raw/recycled materials.
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"Regenerated fibres are produced from raw materials that form fibres naturally, for example wood pulp or cotton linter. These raw materials are reformed to produce fibres or
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To make regenerated cellulose fibres, purified cellulose (derived, for example, from wood) is liquified, then extruded to make fibres. These fibres may be woven to make Rayon fabrics
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A regenerated fibre is a fibre that came from something that can be re-used. I only found this out by a friend. Sorry if not good detail Anonymous
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