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What is "Crease Recovery" - Definition & Explanation

A measure of crease resistance specified quantitatively in terms of certain parameters such as crease recovery angle.
The ability of a creased or wrinkled fabric to recover its original shape over time.
A test or physical property. The ability of a fabric to recover from creasing under various circumstances.

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