Why Bamboo Fabric?

Why Choose Bamboo Fabrics?

When you hear the word bamboo you automatically think of the bamboo plant but did you know that beautiful yarn is made from the bamboo plant that creates soft bamboo fabrics?

 

Bamboo fabric is made from the fibres extracted from the bamboo plant.

These fibres are converted in to yarn which can be blended with other fabrics also such as Hemp, Cotton, Linen etc. to make some beautiful Bamboo Fabric Blends.

100% Bamboo fabric is an alternative to synthetic fabrics as it is super soft, sustainable, eco-friendly, renewable and can be replenished at a faster rate. 

If you are still not convinced, here are reasons why you should choose bamboo fabric…

Bamboo Fabrics

1) Odour Free

  • The bamboo fabric keeps you odor free and leaves you smelling fresh even after a long day at work
  • Being odor-free, the bamboo fabric is also antibacterial and antifungal
  • Therefore also suitable for workouts, running, yoga, and an active lifestyle
Hemp Fabrics

2) Powerfully Insulating

  • The bamboo fabric keeps you cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, not a lot of fabrics l do this
  • The cross-section of the fibre is covered with micro-gaps giving the fabric better insulation
Bamboo Fabrics

3) Crease-Free

  • Bamboo fabric does not require regular ironing due to it being soft and remains crease-free
  • The fabric is almost impossible to wrinkle and holds its shape exceptionally well, even after frequent washing
Hemp vs bamboo

4) Eco-friendly

  • Bamboo fabric is eco-friendly and has a really positive impact on the environment such as water scarcity, deforestation, soil erosion, etc.
  • Bamboo is by far one of the most sustainable textiles available

Share with us in the comments about bamboo fabric – your views, experience, or questions. And make the switch now!

 

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