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Viscose is a natural fibre, obtained mainly from the wood pulp of fast-growing trees such as firs, wild pines, poplars, birches and beeches. Initially conceived as an economical version of silk, it has characteristics more similar to cotton, such as a fairly cool feel. Compared to cotton, it has better drapability and a greater slipperiness that makes the fibre difficult to soil.

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