Not everyone is going to believe that soft fabrics can be made from bamboo. And even if they do they wont understand how it has been made. So we have put together a small snippet of how the fabric is made to give you a better understanding.
The bamboo required to make the fibers grow in China.
The bamboo is then broken down and converted into a pulp
The pulp is later dissolved to make the cellulose. It is done under sustainable conditions.
The cellulose is later regenerated into viscose fiber. That is why bamboo fiber is also called as regenerated bamboo fiber.
The fiber is then brought to India and spun into yarn as per our requirements.
Once we have got the yarn it is then weaved or knitted into our fabrics and garments. It may be weaved together with cotton in some instances.
Depending on the product the cloth may be dyed before weaving or after weaving. None of the colors are reach any of the rivers since the ph content of the dyes are brought to neutral and later used to in the gardens.
The fabrics are then completed as per the specifications and design/size requirements.
It is then sent to the dispatch center and packed in eco friendly packaging ready to be dispatched straight to you.