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Defining a Rexine fabric

December 1st, 2009 / By: / Resources

What’s a Rexine fabric?

“Rexine” is a term that’s been around for decades and is currently used primarily outside the United States. Originally, it was a trade name for a specific fabric, but Rexine has generally come to mean a faux leather material. It is a coated fabric, and PVC is usually the coating material. Rexine fabrics are used in upholstery, bookbinding and footwear applications.

Juli Case is IFAI’s information and technical services manager.

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