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Women love wearing Scuba Fabric rayon dresses and skirts because the fabric does not create annoying instances of static cling.
A piece of clothing is not always made of 100 percent rayon. The fibers are often combined with other types of fibers to make what the industry refers to as “blends.”
Materials typically blended with rayon include cotton, wool, silk, polyester and acrylic. When combined, the end product takes on some characteristics of both fibers.
After instances of rayon clothing readily catching on fire in the 1950s, the U.S. Department of Commerce reacted by creating the Flammable Fabrics Act, explains Swicofil.
This prompted changes in the textile industry. Today most knittingfabric rayon is much safer to use, since additional chemicals can be added to make it flame-resistant.