Bamboo Clothing

by David Smith - Date: 2008-07-17 - Word Count: 277 Share This!

It is a naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic product grown without the use of chemicals or pesticides. It is also quick to absorb moisture, therefore keeping you dry and odour free. Pure bamboo clothes can dry twice as fast as cotton clothes. Bamboo clothes can be worn all year round as they keep you cool in summer and warm in winter.

Bamboo fabrics and starchy pulp are made from bamboo that grows widely throughout Asian countries. Starchy pulp is a refined product of bamboo stems and leaves through a process of hydrolysis-alkalisation and multi-phase bleaching. Chemical fibre factories then process it into bamboo fibre.

Bamboo fabrics are made from pure bamboo fibre yarns, which have excellent moisture vapour transmission properties. Bamboo fibre is a unique recyclable textile material. Bamboo fibre comes from nature and completely returns to nature in the end. It is praised as the natural, green, and eco-friendly textile material of the 21st century.

Bamboo fabric has a unique function of anti bacteria, which is suitable to make underwear, tight T-shirts and socks. Its anti-ultraviolet nature is suitable to make summer clothing, especially for the protection of pregnant ladies and young children from damage of ultraviolet radiation.

The fashion world is constantly seeking and latching onto new materials. Bamboo fabric clothes have actually been showing up in department stores and women's boutiques. Clothes made of this fabric sell for around the same price as ordinary fabrics. Bamboo is considered as a much superior fibre and is in a category of its own. The fabric is highly versatile.

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