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Techniques used by the textile industry to avoid pilling include singeing the loose fibers protruding on the surface of textile , and spinning the yarn with a high number of twists per inch . Some fabrics are chemically treated during the manufacturing process in order to reduce their propensity to pill. Polymeric coatings are sometimes applied, to bind fibers into the fabric surface and prevent initial fuzz from forming. Polyester and cotton fibers are sometimes modified to be of lower-than-normal strength, which results in pills detaching easily from fabrics, once they are formed. Cellulase enzymes are sometimes used on cotton fabrics during wet processing , which removes loose fibers. [5]

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