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What is "Scrim" - Definition & Explanation

Open-constructed fabric used as a base material in coated and laminated fabrics.
A fabric with an open or loose configuration of strands or filaments which can usually be easily seen through from a distance.
It is an inferior quality of muslin cloth made of cotton.
A lightweight open weave fabric usually of cotton. Used for curtains or as a base for needlework, lamination or carpeting.
A generic term for a low-quality plain-weave fabric of the muslin type with traditional cover factors for both warp and weft of about 4. NOTE:
The mass per unit area of the fabric will vary with the 35-70 g/mē when the fabric is made from cotton.
A durable plain-woven usually cotton fabric for use in clothing, curtains, building, and industry.

Some other terms

Some more terms:

a) Article A fault that reduces the ability of the article to perform its intended function or, if it were to appear in a prominent position in the article, would readily be seen and objected to by...
A system of coated fabric or laminated fabric along with support cables, edge ropes, clamps, neoprene, roof drains, arch wear strips, and anchor bolts that constitutes the outside top covering of a...
French for "false" can be anything made to simulate something that it's not. Examples: Faux graining (painting grain lines on figureless wood), faux suede (non-leather fabric made to simulate suede...
A long continuous, unbroken strand of fiber extruded from a spinneret in the form of a monofilament. Most manufactured fibers such as nylon, polyester, rayon, and acetate are made in continuous...
The fleece comes from a Cashmere goat. These animals roam at high elevations (10,000-15,000 ft.), hence their very warm, soft fleece. Garments made with cashmere are normally more expensive because...

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