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What is "Bonded Fabric" - Definition & Explanation
Two fabrics adhered together.
A nonwoven fabric in which the fibres are held together by a bonding material. This may be an adhesive or a bonding fibre with a low melting point. Alternatively, the material may be held together by stitching.
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