Q. Registered identification number (RN) for textiles and clothing

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A registered identification number (RN) is a number issued by the Federal Trace Commission (FTC), upon request, to a business residing in the U.S. and engaged in the manufacture, importing, distribution, or sale of textile, wool, or fur products.  Those businesses aren't required to have RNs, but they can use the RN in place of a name on the label or tag that is required to be affixed to those products.

Learn how to comply with requirements for labeling products made of cashmere, cotton, down, feather, fur, wool, rayon made from bamboo or other materials; attaching care instructions to garments; making truthful “Made in the USA” claims, and more.

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  • Last Updated Jan 25, 2017
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  • Answered By Natasha Arguello

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