Everything About Bamboo

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Bamboo

Bamboo is extremely breathable. The natural bamboo plant keeps itself cool in the heat and like its other properties, is also maintained in its fabric form.

The cross-section of the bamboo fiber is covered with micro-gaps giving the fabric better moisture absorption and ventilation.

As a result, it is able to keep the wearer almost two degrees cooler in the heat and noticeably warmer in the cold.

Bamboo fabric is also “anti static and UV protective as it cuts out 98% of harmful UV rays” providing the wearer with another beneficial quality from bamboo made clothing.

Bamboo was used for the hand-made production of paper. But thanks to modern manufacturing, bamboo pulp is now capable of creating bamboo fiber which can be used to make yarn and fabric. Bamboo fabric is a natural textile made from the pulp of the bamboo grass, the bamboo fiber is then made by pulping the bamboo grass until it separates into thin threads of fiber, which is then spun and dyed for weaving into cloth

Benefits Of Bamboo

  • Antibacterial – keeps you odor free and feeling and smelling fresh

  • Highly sweat absorbent (Pulls moisture from skin for evaporation – moisture wicking) – keeps you dry

  • Powerfully insulating – keeps you cooler in summer and warmer in winter

  • One of the softest fabrics on the planet you’ll love the way it feels

  • Naturally UV protectant – protect yourself from skin cancer

  • Hypoallergenic – natural bamboo does not cause allergic reactions

  • Eco-friendly fabric

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Process Of Bamboo

Bamboo Process

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