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Supima Fabric - Fabriclore

Supima Fabric

What is Supima Fabric?

  • The fibers of the Gossypium barbadense plant are used to make Supima cloth.
  • It's a high-quality cotton fabric that's both comfortable and robust.
  • The majority of cotton fibers are about 20 millimeters long, while Pima is an extra-long staple fiber that is around 34 millimeters long.
Supima fabric

History

  • Supima is a combination of the words "Superior" and "Pima."
  • Supima cotton production increased from 100,000 bales per year in the 1980s to over 800,000 bales in 2007.
  • 90% of Supima cotton is exported from the United States, with the majority going to other countries for the production of yarn, completed textiles, apparel, sheets, and towels, which are then re-exported to the United States for sale.
  • China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, and Peru are the top five Supima cotton importers.
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What Makes it Stand Out?

Texture

Soft and lightweight, but slightly thicker than other cotton.

Durable

Extra-long staple fiber that gives the cotton its premium properties of Strength, Softness, and Color retention.

Absorbent

It comprises high Moisture-wicking abilities.

Sheer

The fabric is opaque in appearance

Application and Uses

Clothing

T-shirts, pajamas, nightgowns, dresses, etc.

Home furnishing

Bedsheets, cushion covers, etc.

How to Judge the Authenticity?

  • The ASA has recognized Supima cotton as authentic.
  • If Supima fabric does not contain the ASA seal, it is not authentic Supima, and some Supima fabric is USDA certified as organic.

Care Instructions

  • To avoid shrinkage, use cold water. We recommend using a soft detergent and washing on a gentle cycle.
  • Avoid putting your Supima cotton shirts in the dryer for optimal results. Allow them to air dry on a drying rack or clothesline instead.

Supima fabric

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1 comment


  • Vinayak vishwasrao shinde

    The best cotton fabric and very fine fabric


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