Polyurethane is produced by action of butanediol and hexamethylene diisocyanate. Thus, when the polyurethane is formed it has rubber like properties. It has an elastomeric fiber, which displays elasticity associated with natural rubber and hence can be stretched several times its original length, that will snap back quickly to almost completely recover to its original length. Polyurethane fibers are even called snap back or elastomeric fibers and is often used as artificial leather.

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