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A process which uses a gas flame to burn off the ‘fluff’ or tiny hairs you can seen on the surface of some denim. It’s generally fallen out of favour, as Japanese makers in particular prize the ‘fluffy’ look seen on late 60s jeans in particular. This fluff is more common with shorter staple length cotton.

Source: Paul Trynka

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