Paper currency in the United States is printed on a blend of 75% cotton and 25% linen.
In America, paper money is made from a blend of cotton and linen—75% cotton, 25% linen. Cotton and linen are used together because they are thought to blend well; cotton comes from a soft, fibrous plant and linen from the thought fiber acquired from flax. In other words, the linen strengthens the cotton, which tends to stretch though it’s resilient. Interestingly, much of the cotton used in America comes from unusable denim clothing that is bleached and washed.
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