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What Is Cupro Made of?

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Cupro is a fibre that breathes, absorbing moisture from the warm, moist internal air, releasing it to the cooler, drier external air. Cupro linings resist wear as shown by comparisons of liner weight loss and change in appearance under rubbing with bad fabric.
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Cupro is a chemistry term indicating copper cupronickel cuprite.
Cupro Fabric is made of the material which is originated from natural cuprammonium rayonviscose filament and other material such as cottontencelmodalnylon and new polyester. This type of fabrics has high moisture absorption and discharging function. It?s the first choice for high-grade garments.
Cupro is generally made of material which originated from the natural cuprammonium rayonviscose filament, cottontencelmodalnylon and new polyester. Cupro has a high moisture absorption and discharging function and as such, a suitable high-grade garment.
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