- Germany & Denmark
I can pull single strands out of the matrix, as if they are not longer fixed. As I understand it, the wool is fixed to a matrix made of something else, most likely polyester. I imagine that in better quality liners the knit or weave is such, that there is a locking loop that physically locks the threads in place. But here it seems that in the production process some kind of adhesive was used, maybe a spray-on adhesive to the back of the matrix, to hold the threads in place. This is at least my theory now.The force will break fine threads. The friction caused by the spin is not without harm to coarse material like wool too.