Faux fur, also known as pile fur, is constructed by processing, dying, and cutting polymeric fibers to match specific fur textures and colors. These fibers are typically composed of polyers, which inclue acrylics, modacrylics, or a blend of the three. Acrylic polymers are composed of chemicals derived from petroleum, coal, air, water, and limestone.
The “faux fur” label in the US has been under scrutiny since the Humane Society recently released the results of a study they conducted which allegedly found 24/25 imported coats to contain fur from the racoon dog, an bear like animal native to Asian and northern European forests.
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