Textile Sourcebook, Performance Trends
First created in the 1870s, vinyl is one of the most widely used plastics in the world today. Known for its value-based performance and longevity, it is often associated with pleather and reigns supreme in the production of house siding, pipes, and a host of other products. Its use has broadened in recent years, in both contract and residential spaces, but it is often used in high-demand settings and for high-traffic upholsteries due to its durability, weather-resistance, and flexibility.
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