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What is "Two-PLY" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 16-Apr-2023 (10 months, 11 days ago)
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Two-PLY
A double layer fabric bonded in the loom where it is woven. This type of bonding is found in our diapers, lending them more softness and absorption than others found in the market.

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