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Cotton is Eco – Friendly

Cotton is an Eco Friendly fiber. It is the most popular fabric in clothing department and is mostly used by fashion designers. As public awareness of our environment and Global Warming issues are being raised these days, cotton becomes most popular fabric as it doesn’t contains any hard chemicals and any pesticides which cause rashes and skin allergies. Every person wants to give their contribution to protect the environment.

There are some different types of Eco Friendly clothing available in the market such as :

Bamboo Clothing – This Eco friendly textile is made from natural flesh of Bamboo. Bamboo Cotton is a renewable natural resource and is used to create material for toys, clothes, furniture and floors. Bamboo Clothing is smooth and soft and has a usual sunscreen block.

Recycling Fleece – Recycle means to reprocess a material and Fleece is a comfortable, soft and warm fabric. The material of recycled plastics is mixed with other natural fiber and synthetic fiber.  Recycle fleece is eco friendly garment, traditionally comes in least flexible and different thickness. 

Organic Cotton – For Eco – Friendly clothes Organic cotton is mainly used by all manufacturers. It has fewer amounts of chemicals, is harmless and stronger. Organic cotton clothing is one of the most usually fiber in the fabric world.

As it is Eco Friendly and durable fabric, it can be reused again and again by manufacturer. For example cotton bags, we can use cotton bags multiple number of times as compared to plastic bags which are used once and thrown away. Buying Eco Friendly products can help to save our environment and global warming. These Eco Friendly clothing are more demand by people and are available in the market at a very reasonable rates.

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