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This page is north Korean propaganda. The fiber is mainly produced in Japan and China. Modifications of the article are immediately deleted or changed by unknown authors. No reliable source. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 07:03, 1 June 2011 (UTC)

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Kim Jong Il's suits are supposed to be made of vinalon:

File:KimJongIL2.JPG— Preceding unsigned comment added by Toph99 (talkcontribs) 09:29, 10 July 2005‎

Kim Jong Il doesn't wear suits, he wears the trademark "jamba" — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 10:47, 14 May 2007‎

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Most of this article seems to be taken directly from the NKChosun linked to at the bottom. Simply lifting entire sentences with a bit of rewording is not enough to constitute original work, and this article should probably be rewritten from scratch. Just putting a link to the page at the bottom is insufficient... — Preceding unsigned comment added by Suchire (talkcontribs) 05:20, 19 May 2006‎

Romanization Problems[edit]

No matter what the consensus at Wikipedia might be, the hyphenation fad in Romanized Korean names is a strictly southern thing and no North Korean would hyphenate their Romanized name as is done on this page. Likewise, the hodgepodge of upper case and lower case initial letters is a recent southern fad and is not common in North Korea. The Revised Romanization System is a strictly South Korean political invention and is not followed in the North. I suggest that North Korean individuals should have their names Romanized in the North Korean style – not according to South Korean nor Wikipedia trends.— Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 10:47, 14 May 2007‎

Need to explain why it isn't water soluable[edit]

It looks like it's either to do with cross linking due acetalisation resulting in something just to big to disolve or possibly there is some vulcanisation going on (methods of production seem to involve sodium sulphate baths followed by heating).01:45, 13 January 2011 (UTC)— Preceding unsigned comment added by Geni (talkcontribs)

hm ja.wikipedia gives this as the synthersis:

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©Geni 09:07, 7 August 2012 (UTC)