BAMBOO FABRIC AND ITS USES

There are many uses for bamboo fabric in the home as well as clothing products. Because of its antibacterial nature as well as the soft feel and absorptive properties, bamboo fabric is a fantastic choice for all of the uses listed below.

Anti-Bacterial Benefits

One of the many reasons that bamboo fabric is becoming more popular is because of the anti-bacterial properties that it has. When growing bamboo requires very little to no pesticides, an attribute which scientists have discovered is from an anti-bacterial bio-agent called bamboo kun. Bamboo kun is bound closely in the bamboo cells, thus why it lasts so long in bamboo fabric. It makes the fabric resistant to bacteria, and scientists have done tests to show that a large portion of bacteria that naturally incubates on bamboo fabric doesn’t survive because of the bamboo kun property.

This makes products made from bamboo fabric, such as bed sheets and bath towels, good for people with allergies. With the fabric unable to host the bacteria and allergens that cause people with allergies to react, these people are able to find a healthy alternative to other fabrics.

Breathable and Absorbent

Another attractive property of bamboo fabric is how breathable and absorbent it is. Many people who have worn clothing made of this fabric have stated how they are kept cooler, because the breathable fabric doesn’t cling to skin. The absorbent fabric also wicks away moisture, keeping the skin cool and dry. These insulating characteristics also make bamboo fabric warm in colder months. It is also because bamboo fabric is breathable that it is good at remaining odourless even when attacked by odour-causing bacteria.

Economical and Ecological

Bamboo fabric is one of the most economical and ecological products in the world today. Because of how it grows there is only a fraction of the time and resources spent on producing bamboo for fabric as there is for cotton. Bamboo does not require the large amounts of water and pesticides that cotton does to be produced, nor does it require the attentive care of cotton.

Bamboo fabric is also quite ecologically friendly. 100% biodegradable, the fibers used to make bamboo fabric don’t need to be sprayed with chemical additives of any sort. There is also less water wasted for irrigation for bamboo, and there is very little surface runoff from chemicals that could be sprayed on the plants to keep them healthy, as these chemicals aren’t needed. Economical, ecological, aesthetically pleasing, comfortable, and long-lasting, bamboo fabric is obviously going to be the way of the future. With soft fabric that is easy to produce, and has health benefits like being anti-bacterial as well as insulating, bamboo fabric will become the favourite textile of many in years to come.

Uses in the Bedroom and Bathroom

The bedroom is a place of refuge for many people. This is why bamboo fabric is perfect for any bedroom. They have features that can create the most welcoming atmosphere in your entire home and do so all because of natural characteristics.

  • Sheet sets
  • Comforters
  • Doonas
  • Pillow cases
  • Pillows
  • Mattresses
  • Table cloths
  • Mattress protectors
  • Towels
  • Wash cloths
  • Body towels
  • Bath sheets
  • Bath rugs
  • Shower curtains

Intimate Apparel Products

Bamboo fabric is excellent for making intimate apparel garments. The soft feel, unique luster and ability to make bright colours with the fabric means that it is perfect for making all sorts of intimate apparel.

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