WHEN A PRODUCT IS ORIGINAL PITA EMBROIDERY IS NON-BURN?
If the Devil and the souls are burned, and steel can melt with heat, there are few known materials that resist heat and open flames can burn the PITA in thread and yarn state with an open flame is more difficult when it is lined, but if you open fire for a considerable time, this would not resist, this is a myth as the leading "X" amount of points to one side or the other, this is basically the discretion of the artisan embroiderer while twisting the pita in the grafted skin. If you want to know whether it beeps may want a lit cigarette or match approximately 15 seconds at a considerable distance in the embroidery, if you do not place in the embroidery is original pita or if the stain is brown like it is a imitation of cotton, if you hole in the board was a vulgar imitation of embroidery machine to give away the appearance that are embroidered on pita original. This method is not recommended because it can damage and stain the skin where it goes along the pita, but if you know a way to do is open their eyes to many out of the deception and avoiding piracy and promoting the purchase of apocryphal.
It is possible that in other materials traditionally tested their originality under fire, but in the case of products with pita embroidered leather cutting beef depending on the degree of heat and could damage its proximity both embroidery as skin logically that resists a little more to this test of fire "that the products embroidered with same embroidery machine parts manufactured in vinyl.
This is not definitive proof to know when a product is original cactus thread. We should not forget that the pita (The cactus Thread) is a natural vegetable fiber, and any product of vegetal origin, even in green, may inflame depending on the amount and mixture of oxygen and heat applied.
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