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Separating Fabric

Uncategorized Oct 21, 2015 No Comments

WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?

The problem arises when the material bonded to the shell fabric to add body to the garment begins to separate from normal wear and care.

WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?

Many garments have a separate fabric fused to the inside in some areas to give support, maintain shape, and add body. When this interfacing material separates from the shell fabric or shrinks, the garment appears puckered or blistered.

WHAT CAUSED IT?

Interfacing separation can be caused by a number of deficiencies in manufacturing. It could be due to insuffi- cient time, temperature, or pressure used in the fusing process. Another reason is that not all fusible materials

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