a synthetic suede cloth
Ultrasuede is the trade name for a synthetic microfiber fabric invented in 1970 by Dr. Miyoshi Okamoto, a scientist working for Toray Industries. In Japan it is sold under the brand name Ecsaine. It was the world's first ultra-microfiber. It is often described as an artificial substitute for suede leather. The fabric is multifunctional: it is used in fashion, interior decorating, automotive and other vehicle upholstery, and industrial applications, such as protective fabric for electronic equipment. It is also a very popular fabric in the manufacture of footbags. Other manufacturers such as Sensuede and Majilite also produce similar product lines of synthetic microfiber suede construction.
The numerical value of ultrasuede in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of ultrasuede in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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