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This ultra-soft fabric that's spun and knit from the long, strong, soft fibers made from the pulp of bamboo plants is better for your health, better for the environment, practical and comfortable. In keeping with our continued committment to environmental responsibility and the health of your loved ones, Isoform Mattresses are now available with Bamboo covers.
Bamboo Fabric Is Good for You
Bamboo is naturally anti-microbial. Even through processing into fabric, and after fifty washes, bamboo fabrics retain their anti-fungal, anti-bacterial properties. The fibers of the bamboo plant that are used to make our fabrics are naturally porous, so they absorb moisture, and wick it away from the skin, keeping you cooler and drier than synthetics or cotton.
Bamboo fabrics can look and drape like silk, but are more practical because you can machine wash them on the gentle cycle and dry them in the dryer or on the clothesline. It has many of the qualities sought in "performance" and "easy care" fabrics without the drawbacks of synthetic material and it has many of the fashionable qualities of silk, while being sturdy and vegan.
Bamboo Fabric Is Good for The Environment
Cotton is one of the most intensely sprayed crops in the world, and cotton pesticides are one of the greatest crop contributors to the level of volatile organic compounds found on earth. Cotton requires wide spacing to grow, allowing bare soil to oxidize in the sun, releasing carbon into the atmosphere, allowing rain to wash soil and chemicals into stream, and decreasing soil fertility. Bamboo, on the other hand, takes in five times the volume of greenhouse gasses as an equivalent stand of timber trees and releases 35% more oxygen. It needs no replanting, pesticides or fertilizers, and its roots retain water in the watershed, sustaining riverbanks and reducing water pollution.
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