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cal properties and have higher mechanical strength. The silicone wristband is comfortable to wear and long lasting with the characteristic of silicone rubber.
Silicone wristband is a kind of molded silicone product. Molded silicone products are usually put through the high temperature mold in the addition of curing agent after the solid silica gel through the curing machine to put pressure into solid molding. The shape of the mold determines the shape of the molded silicone products. Molded silicone products is currently the most widely used in the silicone industry.
The silicone ink is a coating protection ink used on silica gel material which is environmentally friendly , non-toxic and harmless.
Different color of the bracelet has different meanings.
Band color white stand for making poverty history.
Yellow stand for livestrong.
Black and white stand for standing up and speaking up.
Blue stand for beatting bullying.
Pink stand for supporting knowledge strength.
Blue and white stand for one world one cause
Blue and green stand for say no to sectarianism.
s. Some people prefer a single color, while others like to stack them up with a variety of hues and designs. Actually, wearing these colored rubber bracelets aren’t just for the purpose of being trendy. The fact that they look great as arm candies is just a bonus. These colored rubber bracelets are mainly sold for a cause, and different colors convey various meanings.
Causes, however, cannot claim exclusive rights to any particular color. Because of this, quite a few colors may represent more than a single cause:
Blue. Blue silitalian rubber braceletsicone rubber bracelets are used to raise colon cancer awareness. These are also commonly used to indicate suppoitalian rubber braceletsrt against child abuse. Other causes as below:
Dystonia (a kind of neurological disorder that causes twisting, repetitive movements, and even abnormal postures)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Gastro-esophageal reflux disease or GERD
Lymphedema, or lymphatic obstruction
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or Myalgic Encephalopathy, though the general public often refers to it as chronic fatigue syndrome
Reye’s Syndrome, a rare but potentially deadly disease that may affect the liver and brain, and which occur in children who are recovering from a viral infection
Trisomy 18 or Edwards Syndrome, a kind of genetic disorder