History Of Real Touch Flowers

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The history of real touch flowers can be traced back to the mid-20th century when artificial flowers first gained popularity. However, it was not until the 1990s that the technology to create realistic artificial flowers really took off.

One of the pioneers in the real touch flower industry is a Japanese company called Nihon Vogue. They developed a unique process that involves coating fabric or other materials with a special polymer that gives the flowers a realistic look and feel. This process is called "real touch" and it quickly gained popularity in the floral industry.

Real touch flowers became increasingly popular as people started to appreciate their long-lasting beauty, low maintenance, and cost-effectiveness compared to real flowers. They are now used in a variety of settings, including weddings, events, and home décor.

However, the development of modern real touch flowers began in the 20th century. In the 1950s, the first synthetic polymers were developed, which allowed for the creation of more realistic-looking artificial flowers. However, these early artificial flowers were still made of hard materials and did not have the soft, pliable feel of real flowers.

In the 1980s, a new type of artificial flower was developed using a process called injection molding. This process allowed for the creation of flowers that were soft and flexible, with a texture that closely resembled real flowers. These new flowers were marketed as "real touch" flowers, and quickly became popular for use in weddings, home decor, and other applications where the look and feel of real flowers was desired.

Today, real touch flowers are made from a variety of materials, including latex, foam, and silk. They are available in a wide range of colors and styles, and are often used as a more affordable and long-lasting alternative to fresh flowers.

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