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 IS RAYON VEGAN, AND IS IT NOT BIODEGRADABLE?

Answer Rayon is made from regenerated cellulose fiber, so yes, it's vegan. Testing has found it to be more biodegradable than cotton, so whoever wrote that is a moron. And dolphins are rarely seen in la... Read More »
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Passive vegan or outspoken vegan...If YOU are vegan, which one are you and WHY?

LOLwut and RafC's answers are wonderful; that's the spirit!!!I'm an outspoken vegan, of course.Imagine the time when slavery was the common thing... and someone didn't "believe" in slavery, but did... Read More »
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Can you put rayon in the dryer?

Rayon is a synthetic fabric that tends to be weaker than cotton and other more durable natural fibers. While you can machine wash and dry rayon on gentle cycles, it can get tangled up in other clot... Read More »
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Rayon Vs. Nylon?

One of the first man-made fibers, rayon was first developed as an artificial silk in 1855. The fabric wasn't used for clothing until the early 1900s, when it was patented under the name "viscose." ... Read More »
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Where was rayon discovered?

Rayon was developed in France by Count Hilaire de Chardonnet during a period when a silkworm disease threatened the French silk industry. The Count patented a method of making an artificial silk fi... Read More »
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