Where does our bamboo come from?

And how is it turned into fabric?

All bamboo used in the production of our product range grows naturally without the need for fertilisers or pesticides. Natural rainfall is sufficient for the bamboo to grow and it is entirely sustainable and a renewable resource. Oh, and it does not affect the pandas.

The process to turn bamboo into premium quality soft fabric: 

Step One

The raw bamboo is harvested.

Step One

Step Two

The bamboo is cut into slices.

Step Two

Step Three

The slices of bamboo are refined into a pulp with a biological enzyme.

Step Three

Step Four

Over time the pulp becomes bamboo cellulose. Softener is then added.

Step Four

Step Five

After drying, the bamboo fibre is woven into fabric.

Step Five

Step Six

The fabric is dyed with active (vegetable) dyes and a fixing agent is added.

Step Six

Step Seven

The fabric is then cut and sewn.

Step Seven

The Final Fabric is 100% Bamboo.

Mattress protector and duvet fillings are 100% bamboo fibres, and all the thread is also bamboo. All other products are 100% bamboo.

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We are always adding more innovative bamboo products to our range.