Materials that make Real-Touch Flowers

Latex * Silicone * PU Blooms* Polyvinyl Chloride* 3D Printing* make artificial flowers Real-Touch.

 Latex is a waste product found in plants that is biodegradable. However, fabricated latex is a liquid polymer coated on one or both sides of non-flammable, hypoallergenic synthetic fabric to give a natural feel to real-touch flowers.

Silicone is a hybrid between synthetic rubber and a synthetic plastic polymer. The flowers are shaped with molds without a fabric base. Likely not toxic. 
 
Polyurethane or PU is a family of plastic/rubber. It is versatile, flexible, and adaptable. Polyurethane (PU) foam instead of silk will produce a more natural look and feel. Polyurethane is not toxic; it is a safe and sustainable option but is sensitive to excessive sunlight and humidity.
 
Polyvinyl Chloride is fast becoming the placement for PU because of its durability and strength. In addition, this process is more resilient when it comes in contact with the natural element.

3D Printing is a mechanical design process that is great for creating the minutest detail of a floral petal. Unfortunately, this method produces a lot of waste in cutting, so the final product is a more expensive option but extremely life-like.