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WHAT IS A SCRIM MADE OF
Posted by heritage (heritage), 21 September 2003WHAT IS A SCRIM MADE OF..
Posted by The_Fed_Man (The_Fed_Man), 21 September 2003In Indian culture it is thought to be re-incarnated window cleaners, but I believe it to be a cotton linen cloth that used to be used in tailoring.
Posted by Majestic (Majestic), 21 September 2003oh wise one
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 21 September 2003I have seen it advertised as best Irish linen
Posted by karlosdaze (karlosdaze), 21 September 2003Scrim is a simple product of advanced technology. A web-like product, scrim's fibers are chemically bonded. Scrim is superior to other fabrics because the fibers are not crimped by weaving, they can be joined at a greater variety of angles, and scrim can be produced at far greater speeds. Scrim is strong, flexible, and can be fire retardant...........................
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 21 September 2003You learn something new every day I didn't know they use it for other things although i remember my Dad saying when he was in the fire service they used to use it on the fire engines.
Posted by Majestic (Majestic), 21 September 2003Do you have a window cleaner supplier in spain
or do you have to send off for all stuff
Posted by karlosdaze (karlosdaze), 21 September 2003I always have to send for it
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