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Absorption coefficient for faux suede?
Old 25th September 2012
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Absorption coefficient for faux suede?

Anyone got an idea for the absorption coefficient for faux suede?
Or a similar material?
They're curtains and therefore against double glazing glass if that makes a difference
Thanks
Old 25th September 2012
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That type of material is not very absorbent, especially if it's right up against a piece of glass. It might take a bit of "zing" off the reflections, but that's about it.

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