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Kevlar thread is more than double in strength as polyester or nylon threads.  Kevlar thread has little to no stretch which helps hold a very tight seam. Kevlar thread does not melt, instead, Kevlar thread decomposes around 800 degrees Fahrenheit (or 426 degrees Celcius).

Kevlar thread is used in applications where high-heat resistance is needed and where strength is an added plus. Some applications of Kevlar thread are fire suits, racing gear, tactical gear, ballistic applications, marine uses and much more.