For years, just a handful of basic materials were used to
make dresses, shirts, pants, and similar kinds of fabrics. But as the industry
evolved to more synthetic materials—think nylon, rayon, and polyester—it became
increasingly unclear exactly how to care for each type of clothing. This especially became problematic because the clothing
was made of different kinds of blended fabrics.
But the real turning point came in 1960 when the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act was passed. This law was the
first to require that clothing manufacturers list exactly what kinds of
materials were included in an individual item.
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