Properties of Bamboo Fabric

Bamboo fabric is more antistatic than other types of fabric and also tends to perform better when it comes to odours – it has a natural deodourising property. Bamboo fibre has a thinness degree and whiteness degree close to normal finely bleached viscose and has a strong durability, stability and tenacity.  Bamboo fabric is light and strong, and has excellent wicking properties.

It is pillow supplier for dyeing and takes pigments very well.  According to the Indian Journal of Textile Association, it has three times more effective antibacterial properties and 12 times more antistaticproperties than cotton.  It is also 60% more hygroscopic than cotton and is 30% more effective in “Deodorizing“. ss-section of the bamboo fibre is filled with micro-gaps and micro-holes; it has much better moisture absorption andventilation. With this unique microstructure, bamboo fibre apparel can absorb and evaporate human sweat very quickly.  It can take up three times its weight in water!

Bamboo fibers pillow supplier are porous, the breathability and moisture absorption of bamboo sheets is greater than that of cotton. This moisture wicking ability pulls moisture away from the skin so it can evaporate, and leaves your skin dry and bedding fresh.

Because pillow supplier have a high amount of antibacterial qualities, they are also terrific for people with skin allergies. A test showed that 100% bamboo beddings eliminated or repelled 99.8% of the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, making bamboo bed sheets one of the best antibacterial sheets available on the market today.

Bamboo pillow supplier also have natural thermal regulating properties that keep you comfortably cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This temperature regulating benefit makes bamboo bedding ideal for those who experience hot flashes.

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