Textile Sourcebook, Performance Trends
Something of a hybrid between synthetic rubbers and synthetic plastic polymers, silicone is found in many everyday items, including kitchen utensils, toys, baby bottle nipples, cosmetics, and more recently, textiles. Increasingly used as a treatment, finish, or coating on fabrics, silicone offers heat-, sunlight-, water-, and chemical-resistance, and is prized for its cleanability. Versatile and durable, silicone can meet the requirements of the toughest commercial environments.
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