In this study, waste cotton fabric reinforced polymer matrix composite plate has been processed by a-custom-made recycling extruder. Two different (12.5% and 25% fibers by weight) waste fabric reinforced composite plates were produced and reprocessed six times to assess repetition effect of processing on the mechanical and rheological properties on plates. Effects of reprocessing were evaluated by the tensile testing and impact testing besides SEM, DSC, XRD and MFI rheological and characterization analysis. Test results of composite plates were compared with the pure low density polyethylene (LDPE) plate. Test results show that the tensile strength was increased till the 4th reprocessing step while reducing impact properties. In further reprocessing, tensile properties have been decreased as a consequence of the fabric/fiber damage. Thermal effect of reprocessing was limited according to the comprehensive characterization and theological analysis. (C) 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.