What’s the deal with Tencel Fiber?

Tencels are the most common fiber in fiber-based fabrics, and have been around for decades.

Tenceles are often dyed to give them a metallic appearance.

They can be made with a variety of chemical additives, including detergents, insecticides, fungicides, and fungicides that act as repellents.

However, these chemicals can be dangerous if they’re inhaled or ingested, and they can be used in many industries, including pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

Asbestos fibres, for example, can be dyed to make them resistant to certain chemicals, and certain types of asbestos fibers can be turned into textiles.

In fact, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a public warning in 2012 about asbestos fibres in the fabric industry.

A Tencell fiber is made by adding dye to the fiber.

In most cases, these fibers can’t be identified with just a light test.

That means you can’t tell that you’re seeing a different type of fiber, because they don’t come in a uniform pattern.

So what you need to do is make sure that the fibers you’re looking at are the same kind of one that’s on your shirt.

That will help you tell if the fibers are a Tencele or a fiber that’s made from a different fiber, or if you’re just looking at a Tensele fiber.

For more information, you can contact your local fabric supplier.

You can also contact the Tenceel Fiber Council of Canada, the Canadian Tenceler Federation, or the Canadian Association of Textile Fibers.

You may also want to check out our Tenceling: A history and new products article.