Bamboo fibre is a regenerated cellulosic fibre produced from bamboo. Starchy pulp is produced from bamboo stems and leaves through a process of
alkaline hydrolysis and multi-phase bleaching. Further chemical processes produce bamboo fibre.
Bamboo fibre fabric is made of 100% bamboo pulp fibre. It is characterized by its excellent permeability, soft feel, easiness to straighten and dye and
splendid color effect of pigmentation.
- Softer than cotton, with a texture similar to a blend of cashmere and silk.
- Better moisture absorption and ventilation. Moisture absorbency is twice than that of cotton with extraordinary soil release.
- Natural antibacterial elements keep bacteria away from bamboo fabrics.
- Garment makes people feel extremely cool, comfortable and never sticking to skin even in hot summer.
- Anti-ultraviolet nature has made it suitable for summer clothing protection the effect of ultraviolet radiation.
- Intimate apparels include sweaters, bath-suits, underwear, tight t-shirt, socks.
- Due to its anti-bacterial nature, non-woven fabric has wide prospects in the field of hygiene materials such as sanitary napkin, masks, mattress, food-packing,bags.
- Decorating items: curtain, television cover, wall-paper and sofa slipcover.
- Bathroom products: towel and bath robe.