Cotty Wool

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A web or batt of fibres used for medical or cosmetic purposes which is made from cotton and/or viscose rayon

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Wool that has matted or felted on the sheep’s back. Caused by insufficient wool grease being produced by the sheep, usually due to breeding, injury, or sickness. This type of defective wool is more common in the medium to coarse wools. The fibers cannot be separated without excessive breakage in manufacturing

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