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How Is Faux Fur Used? How's The Price?

Author: admin / 2022-12-16

How to Keep Your Faux Fur From Landfilling

Buy quality faux fur and buy pieces that you can wear multiple times

If your faux fur needs some TLC, visit your local seamstress to fix unwanted rips, rips and tears.

If you're tired of faux fur, consider selling or donating it to charity instead of throwing it away.

Keep your items safe and hang them in a well-ventilated place out of direct sunlight when not in use.

Is faux fur animal friendly?

For those who love the look of fur without sacrificing the animals, faux fur is the perfect vegan and cruelty-free option.

Faux fur is completely artificial, free of animal derivatives, and made from synthetic materials, acrylics, modified acrylics, and polyesters. With advances in textile technology, faux fur is now made from bio-based fabrics, plant-based ingredients, and even 3D-printed hair, reducing its environmental impact.

Why is faux fur so expensive?

The cost of faux fur varies widely, reflecting the quality and durability of the fabric.

Most faux fur is made from polyester and acrylic blend yarns woven into a fabric backing. The higher the quality of the yarn, the more durable, soft, and authentic the faux fur will be, and this will affect the price of the finished fabric.

The heaviest faux fur fabrics are the most expensive as they take longer to weave and require more dye, adding to the price of the finished garment.

Also, a piece of faux fur fabric takes less time to manufacture and is often less expensive than a coat of various textures or colors.

How Faux Fur Finishing Processes Affect Prices

Faux fur solid colors are the cheapest. These faux furs need to go through a tumbling process before being manufactured, no other process is applied.
A faux fur fabric that starts out in a solid color but has a second color printed on it and is slightly more expensive.
Discharge printing uses a stripping solution to remove part of the yarn color, with the option to add more color to give the fabric variety. In a longer process, the price of this faux fur fabric will be much higher than the basic solid color fabric.
The most expensive finishing process is jacquard weaving, in which yarns of various colors are woven together to create unique patterns. Much slower than other processes, manufacturers can only produce about 90 meters of fabric per day using this technique, as opposed to about 640 meters per day of faux fur solids.

As with most things, the cost of faux fur will truly reflect its quality, density, and durability.

If cared for properly, pricier faux fur garments are more likely to last through multiple wears.

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