Combing refers to a process for removing short fibers. The process enables cotton to be spun into very fine, lustrous yarns for high quality fabrics

-see also:
"Combing" is in the HS Code "8445.12"
  - -- Combing machines
Ref: 122781/2006-10-03

Combing refers to a process in which fibers or yarns are arranged in a parallel form and short fibers are cut, producing a more even fabric with excellent strength, fineness, and uniformity.

-see also:
"Combing" is in the HS Code "8445.12"
  - -- Combing machines
Ref: 122722/2006-09-26

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