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Bamboo Fiber

What is Bamboo Fabric? 

  • Bamboo textile is an eco-friendly material, which is made from the pulp of bamboo grass. 
  • It is naturally smooth and has anti-allergic properties.
  • Bamboo fabric is much more flexible in comparison to cotton.
  • The process of making bamboo fabric is environmentally friendly. 
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History

  • Traditionally bamboo was used for producing weapons and paper.
  • The initial patenting of bamboo was done in 1864 by Philipp Lichtenstadt.
  • The main idea behind this was to make a useful method for disintegrating the bamboo fibers to produce cloth, pulp for paper, and many more. 
  • However, bamboo fabric entered the commercial market during the early 2000s.
  • In 2001, Beijing University became the first institution to make cloth from bamboo. 
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Types of Bamboo fabric

Bamboo Viscose

Bamboo Viscose is similar to other types of viscose fabrics. 

Lyocell Bamboo fabric

It is made by using the closed-loop method. Furthermore, the structure of cellulose used in making this fabric is not altered during the production process.

Mechanically produced bamboo fabric

It is a comparatively expensive fabric and takes a lot of time to manufacture. It is durable and strong. 

What Makes it Stand Out

Eco-friendly

Bamboo fabric is made from a natural process and does not cause pollution when decomposed.

Soft

It is much softer and finer than cotton fabric

Absorbent

The cross-section of fiber comprises micro gaps which makes it absorb sweat very fast.

Anti-bacterial

According to scientists, bamboo consists of anti-bacterial properties. 

UV Protection

Due to its absorption property, the bamboo fabric protects the skin from harmful UV rays. 

Application & Usage 

Clothing

T-shirts, bath-suits, socks, etc.

Accessories

Napkin, mask, mattress, bags, etc.

Medical equipment

Bandage, mask, surgical cloth, etc.

Home-furnishing

Sofa cover, television cover, towels, blankets, etc.

How to Judge the Authenticity 

Burn Test

  • When come in contact with flame, the fabric starts to burn immediately. 
  • It will smell either like burning paper or wood.
  • After burning the fabric leaves soft gray-color ash. 
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Care Instructions 

  • It is recommended to hand wash the bamboo fabric rather than dry clean it.
  • Do not use bleach or chlorine as it causes yellowing of the fabric. 
  • Line drying is best for bamboo clothes.
  • Keep the iron temperature low.
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