Anyone that can definitively identify this synthetic fabric like material, I’ll shoot you 20 bucks. No joke.
Magnification shows a synthetic mesh like grid structure. This structure is prominent on one side of the material, you can almost feel the slight coarseness/texture. The other side of the material is completely smooth, shinier, there is a film or a coating of some sort on it.
So essentially you have a micro grid with a ‘shiny thin wall’ or coating adhered to it. Overall, it feels like a super thin food saver bag. (But it is not food saver material)
It’s very malleable, its ultra thin, it is able to crease. Does not tear easily (as evidenced by the fraying at the ends, it’s a sturdy material.) It does become slightly brittle if you nip it with a flame. (It is also NOT fireproof, it does not melt but it does disappear in a flame. It will not heat seal to itself either.
This is a synthetic material:
Does not appear to be fiberglass mat, I don’t believe it is swiss shield or RF shielding fabric. My thoughts were maybe some sort of waterproofing or anti-static fabric - but I honestly don’t know.
So, there it is - if there are any fabric nerds out there who know what this is - you earned yourself an Andrew Jackson.