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What is Bamboo Fabric?

Bamboo fabric has been gaining popularity in the textile industry for its unique properties and sustainability. But what exactly is bamboo fabric and how is it made?

What is Bamboo Fabric?

Bamboo fabric is a natural textile made from the pulp of bamboo grass. The process involves breaking down the bamboo plant into a viscose solution, which is then extruded to create fibers. These fibers are spun into yarns and woven into fabric. All of this is done in a closed loop system and is Okeo Tex 100 certified. 

Properties of Bamboo Fabric

Bamboo fabric is known for its softness, breathability, and moisture-wicking properties. It is hypoallergenic, making it a great choice for those with sensitive skin. Bamboo fabric is also naturally odor resistant and keeps the fabric fresh.

Sustainability of Bamboo Fabric

Bamboo is a highly sustainable plant, requiring minimal water and no pesticides to grow. It grows quickly and regenerates on its own, making it a renewable resource. The production of bamboo fabric also has a lower environmental impact compared to traditional cotton or synthetic fabrics. our bamboo fabrics have several certificates that cover the farming, processing, knitting and finishing of the fabric by Okeo Tex 100. We want to be sure the fabric is both environmentally friendly while protecting the farmers and employees.

Benefits of Bamboo Fabric

Due to its moisture-wicking properties, bamboo fabric is ideal for activewear and undergarments. It is also temperature-regulating, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. 

In conclusion, bamboo fabric is a versatile and sustainable textile that offers a range of benefits. From its softness and breathability to its ability to resist odors and low environmental impact, bamboo fabric is a great choice for those looking for a more eco-friendly and comfortable option.

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