Bamboo Sheets & BeddingAbout bamboo fiber bedding and clothing at J Renee Fine Linens.
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Bamboo fiber is made from bamboo through a high-tech process. The raw material bamboo is usually grown in Asia, and the distilling and production process produces natural and ecofriendly fiber without any chemical additives. Bamboo fiber is also a unique biodegradable textile material. As a natural cellulose fiber bamboo can be 100% biodegraded in soil by microorganisms and sunshine.
Bamboo can thrive naturally without using pesticide. Scientists have found that bamboo owns a unique anti-bacteria and bacteriostatic bio-agent. This substance is combined with bamboo cellulose during the process of being manufactured into bamboo fiber resulting in a naturally antibacterial fabric. This antibacterial property means bamboo fabrics stay fresh and keeps away odor causing bacteria. Wash after wash, bamboo fiber fabric still possesses the excellent antibacteria properties. Bamboo fibers natural anti-bacteria property does not cause skin allergy as can sometimes happen with chemical antimicrobial solutions.
Another benefit of bamboo fiber is its unusual ability to breathe and ventilate. A cross-section of the bamboo fiber will show that it is filled with various micro-gaps and micro-holes, giving excellent moisture absorption and ventilation. With this unparalleled micro-structure, bamboo fiber fabrics can absorb and evaporate moisture quickly, making people feel extremely cool and comfortable in the hot summer.
Bamboo fabrics are typically made from pure bamboo fiber yarns which have excellent wet permeability, moisture vapor transmission property, superior strength and durability over time, soft and comfortable hand, better drape, easy dying, and splendid colors. Bamboo is a great prospective green fabric.