Posted by tommyx88 on Oct 26, 2012 in Men's Suits | 2 comments
Which is better raw or virgin wools? How can I tell if it raw or virgin and what the different between it too?
In clothing they mean the same thing. Both terms refer to wool thread made from wool that has never been spun before, i. e., this is its first time being spun from loose wool into thread.
The only difference is that “raw wool” is also sometimes used to refer to baled, unspun wool. It has to be spun to be made into clothing, though, so at the point where it’s being used to describe a garment, “raw” and “virgin” wool mean the same thing.
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