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Sunday, February 12, 2023

Bulletproof Hemp Clothes

Yes, it is possible to make bulletproof clothes with hemp. Hemp-derived materials can be used to make fabrics that are lightweight yet strong enough to be bulletproof. These fabrics can be woven into clothing such as vests and jackets that can provide protection against bullets. Additionally, hemp-derived plastics and composites can be used to reinforce the fabric and make it even stronger and more bullet-resistant. Hemp-derived lubricants can also be used to reduce friction and increase the life of the fabric.

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