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Old April 13th 12, 07:33 PM posted to rec.crafts.polymer-clay
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For many years we produced PVC wall coverings using PVC emulsion.
recently The general manager of my company asked me to produce Eco
friendly wall covering. I found general information I can use
polypropylene and polyethylene and a lot of unrelated information ! I
am completely confused and ask to help me. I need flexible layer on
non woven which I found co-polymer of above and nylon are useful. I
found nylon can help me but i don't know a lot more. what properties
are important ? what specific polymers are related to this application
and how ? who knows and who may help me ? Please help as much as your
time allow you ! Thank you
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