Owing to its non-reactivity, chemical stability, durability, and light weight, polyvinyl chloride, usually regarded as PVC, is a widely used thermoplastic. PVC additives improve the tensile and textural strength of PVC products, making them an important element of the manufacturing process. In the production of polymers, stabilizers are utilized. PVC is used to create items that are both soft and long-lasting. PVC products with these particular additives have a longer shelf life. Impact modifiers, plasticizers, stabilizers, lubricants, and processing aids are examples of PVC additives.