What Are the Disadvantages Nylon Fiber?

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Some of the disadvantages of nylon fiber is that it retains odors and absorbs water easily. Nylon can grow mold and fungus because it is a porous fiber that retains water. The fabric also tends to shrink easily and it is not a biodegradable fabric.
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The advantages of nylon are versatility, wear resistance, and can withstand excessive tempertures. The disadvantages of nylon are it does not absorb water well ...
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