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THE MAKING OF BAMBOO COTTON

Advancements in technologies have enabled the extraction and use of bamboo fibers for crafting impeccable fabrics that can be used for an array of fashion applications. Apart from being eco-friendly, the fabric is an excellent absorbent, possesses antibacterial properties & feels silky soft. Bamboo cotton will keep you warm in winters and cool in summers due to its incredible insulating properties.

Advancements in technologies have enabled the extraction and use of bamboo fibers for crafting impeccable fabrics that can be used for an array of fashion applications. Apart from being eco-friendly, the fabric is an excellent absorbent, possesses antibacterial properties & feels silky soft. Bamboo cotton will keep you warm in winters and cool in summers due to its incredible insulating properties.

1

HARVESTING THE BAMBOO

The bamboo is harvested and brought into the factories for processing

2

CRUSHING THE RAW BAMBOO

The leaves on raw bamboo sticks are chopped off. All the hard bamboo pieces are then crushed down into small pieces.

3

EXTRACTING BAMBOO FIBERS

The small sticks and chips of bamboo are soaked into a natural enzyme and bamboo fibers are extracted.

4

SOFTENING THE FIBERS

The filtered out fibres are softened using mixing water and amine oxide. Once softened, the fibres are spun into a yarn.

5

TURNING YARN INTO A FABRIC

The smoothened yarn of bamboo fabric is finally utilized to make bamboo fabric. And that’s how you get a super soft, eco-friendly bamboo cotton fabric.

1

HARVESTING THE BAMBOO

The bamboo is harvested and brought into the factories for processing

2

MAKING OF THE WOOD CHIPS

Beechwood logs are broken down into small pieces. These small pieces called ‘wood chips’ make it easier for pulp production.

3

EXTRACTING BAMBOO FIBERS

The small sticks and chips of bamboo are soaked into a natural enzyme and bamboo fibers are extracted.

4

SOFTENING THE FIBERS

The filtered out fibres are softened using mixing water and amine oxide. Once softened, the fibres are spun into a yarn.

5

TURNING YARN INTO A FABRIC

The smoothened yarn of bamboo fabric is finally utilized to make bamboo fabric. And that’s how you get a super soft, eco-friendly bamboo cotton fabric.

FABRIC DETAIL

The trending eco-friendly bamboo fabric is known for its sublime comfort and unmatched absorbency. This fabulously soft fabric does wonders in keeping you odour-free, cool & dry. Innerwear built with bamboo cotton provides excellent insulation & embraces your skin pleasantly.

SUSTAINABLE BENEFITS

Self-sustainable crop:
Bamboo does not require any pesticides or fertilizers in order to grow. It replenishes itself and grows faster.

Renewable fabric:
Bamboo is exceptionally renewable as the fabric is biodegradable and the bamboo plant gives out 35% more oxygen than other plants.

Eco-friendly Cultivation
Bamboo is a fast-growing crop that does not require any fertilizer or pesticides for cultivation. Water consumption for growing bamboo is also minimal.