How is Viscose Made?


Viscose rayon, which is made entirely of wood cellulose, has the look and feel of silk and the comfort, breathability, and absorbency of cotton. The viscose manufacturing process begins with dissolving the wood in a pulp solution, followed by filtering, washing, cutting, and drying. This solution is then treated once more to produce fibre. It is then spun into yarn and woven or knitted into viscose rayon fabric.

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