A fabric artificially produced from natural raw material. Its feature is the ability to be similar (depending on the manufacturing technology that is used) to linen sheet, silk or wool. Viscous products are very popular. This is because they are sold at an affordable price, and because customers can buy everyday clothes with the maximum service life. Today, three types of viscous are used for manufacturing everyday use products: staple fiber, technical and textile viscous. However, only the latter category is considered for producing clothes.