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What is "Chlorinated Wool" - Definition & Explanation

Wool in the fiber, yarn, or fabric form which are treated chemically to decrease felting shrinkage and increase ability to take dyes.
Woolens that are treated chemically to decrease shrinkage and increase ability to take dyes when printed.

Some other terms

Some more terms:

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