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'''[[Waterproof fabrics]]''' are usually natural or '''[[synthetic fabrics]]''' that are laminated to or coated in some sort of permanently '''[[waterproofing]]''' material, such as '''[[rubber]]''', polyvinyl chloride (PVC), '''[[polyurethane]]''' ('''[[PU]]'''), '''[[silicone]]''' elastomer, and wax. '''[[Waterproof fabrics]]''' are usually natural or '''[[synthetic fabrics]]''' that are laminated to or coated in some sort of permanently '''[[waterproofing]]''' material, such as '''[[rubber]]''', polyvinyl chloride (PVC), '''[[polyurethane]]''' ('''[[PU]]'''), '''[[silicone]]''' elastomer, and wax.
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-# See Wikipedia ''Waterproof'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterproof_fabric] 
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*'''[[Fiber]]''' *'''[[Fiber]]'''
*'''[[Lyrca]]''' *'''[[Lyrca]]'''
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 +# See Wikipedia ''Waterproof'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterproof_fabric]
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Waterproof fabrics are usually natural or synthetic fabrics that are laminated to or coated in some sort of permanently waterproofing material, such as rubber, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyurethane (PU), silicone elastomer, and wax.


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  1. See Wikipedia Waterproof [1]



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