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Polypropylene

First produced for commercial use in the 1950s in Italy, polypropylene—part of the polyolefin group—is commonly used in packaging, luggage, and other consumer goods. Offering water-resistant properties, it is a durable choice for humid and damp environments, making it a mainstay in outdoor furniture. Also a fairly sustainable option, polypropylene doesn’t require problematic chemicals in its production and is a good candidate for upcycling.
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