Cotton Bamboo

Bamboo fibre is a cellulose fibre extracted or fabricated from natural bamboo, and possibly other additives, and is made from the pulp of bamboo plants. It is usually not made from the fibres of the plant, but is a cotton made from bamboo cellulose. Although the manufacturing process further purifies the cellulose, alters the physical form of the fiber, and modifies the molecular orientation within the fiber and its degree of polymerization, the product is essentially the same chemical as the raw material.

Our Cotton bamboo is promoted as having environmental advantages over wood-pulp viscose. Bamboo crops may be grown on marginal land unsuitable for forestry; although demand for bamboo has sometimes led to felling of forests to plant bamboo, though this has become less common.The viscose processing results in the same chemical waste products as wood-pulp viscose, notably carbon disulfide, but bamboo cellulose is suitable for a closed-loop viscose process that captures all solvents used.

our fabric is used for a range of clothing, such as shirts, dresses, socks and slacks, and because of it's antimicrobial properties, is ideal for active wear. We offered our Bamboo with blended 30% cotton to add structure to garments. Bamboo fabric is also used for sheets and pillowcases, because it's smooth fiber lends a satin feel; bamboo sheets also feel warmer in winter and cooler in summer.

Our fabric are availabel in different weave, Plain, twill, Honeyhome , Rib weave, Basket weave

Balanced ecosystem and enhanced health
Excellent for the tender, developing skin of a baby
Softer than conventional cotton clothing
Reduces respiratory problems and smells pleasant
Production does not involve use of chemicals