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Bamboo Fabric – Buy or not to buy?

Updated: Oct 17, 2022

We are very much comfortable with our usual clothing. When we decide to buy certain clothes we also think a lot about the fabric according to the season or our skin type.. Whenever a new fabric comes in the market all we do is to check reviews first. As we do not want to take any risk.

So when you heard of Bamboo and banana fiber fabric, what’s your reaction? Obviously surprised..!!

As in we can’t really imagine why and how the fabric is made out of such raw materials?

When it comes to Bamboo fabric, it’s extremely beneficial to the farmers because it gives them handsome earnings by growing bamboo. Bamboo does not need much maintenance, water or a lot of hard work too. Bamboo crop survives all kinds of weather conditions as well. So in short it’s a farmer’s friend for sure..!!

Let’s see how bamboo benefits a consumer or the environment...

As we all know that bamboo grows super fast so it’s most suited for farming.

It gives more oxygen as compared to other trees so it’s perfectly nature friendly.

Bamboo is sustainable and can be turned into many useful household products which reduce the use of plastic.

Last but not the least, Bamboo fiber is another benefit to the mankind and the nature.

But We have heard that the process of turning raw bamboo into a fabric thread is extremely harmful to the environment then why should we even think about it?

You are correct..!! It is indeed harmful but do you know about other harmless fabrics made out of Bamboo??

Let us deep dive into this now..!!

There are 3 kinds of processes through which bamboo fabric is made.

1. Conventional Viscose Bamboo Rayon: This rayon is made out of the cellulose pulp of bamboo, but it requires a heavy chemical process in the fiber-spinning phase. In short, this is the one which is famous for being harmful to the environment and we should avoid buying this fabric for sure..!!

2. Lyocell Process Bamboo Rayon: Lyocell is another type of clothing in the sustainable fashion industry. It’s made with chemicals and water which is recycled later and never released into the environment. Some byproducts from this process are sold, while others are reused in the production process. Still this process is a bit harmful environment but it’s cheaper to produce and common.

3. Bamboo Linen: This Linen is processed mechanically. The natural bamboo Linen making process requires significantly fewer resources than bamboo rayon.

The bamboo is shredded, and by using natural enzymes that is turned into a mash. It’s natural fibers are combed out and finally spun into yarn.

This is almost a similar process like hemp or linen textiles. The main feature is it absorbs dye more easily than other types of fabric.

It’s certainly an expensive process but worth it..!! And this is the fabric we all can use without a doubt..

Now we know which fabric to use, we should know a few advantages of using it..

  • Bamboo fabric cuts harmful UV rays making it perfect for traveling in summers. It’s a perfect Summer Clothing as the Bamboo fabric absorbs moisture keeping you drier.

  • Bamboo Fabric is an anti-microbial, anti-fungal and breathable garment.

  • We can have odor control through the natural anti-bacterial property of bamboo which can keep us fresh all day long.

We all know that Bamboo is a highly sustainable crop. However, it’s important to choose the type of bamboo fabric clothes you purchase wisely. Go for the most sustainable type i.e. bamboo linen. You can buy some bamboo goodies like tshirts, sports towel and hand towels on as well.. Go for it..!!

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Jul 05, 2022

Its really odorless and dries faster than other fabrics


Jul 05, 2022

These are odorless. Soft

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