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Eco Friendly Natural Fabric By: Mrs.Preeti Bhatt

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Eco Friendly Natural Fabric By: Mrs.Preeti Bhatt

We wear Clothes every day, but only a few of us spend time on seeing what goes into manufacturing various textiles and their environmental impacts. All fabrics can be characterized as either natural or synthetic fibers (or a blend of the two). Natural fibers come from plants , minerals and animals, whereas synthetic fibers are made from chemical compounds. There are two general categories of natural fibers: animal-based and plant-based. Animal-based natural fibers include silk and wool, while plant-based natural fibers include cotton, linen and jute.

Advantages of Using Natural fibers.

Absorbent. Natural fibers have an incredibly high absorbency, as the fibers, both plant and animal, have a strong liking for water. This makes natural fibers a great option for bed sheets and towels, as absorbency is an important factor for these items because they’re used to dry surfaces and receive regular use.

Eco-friendly. Natural fibers usually have a smaller environmental impact than synthetic fibers because natural fibers do not use many chemicals during the production process.

Durable. Due to the structure of cellulose, which makes up natural materials, most plant-based fibers are very strong. Animal-based fibers, like silk and wool, are also strong

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