What makes a fabric absorbing?



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    For most fabrics like terry cloths, the absorbent fiber gets stronger when wet. Fabrics are usually made with looped pile because the loops act like very small sponges. “Loosely twisted loops are softer and more absorbent than tightly twisted loops, which produce a rougher fabric… Cotton can absorb up to 27 times its own weight in water.”

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