Linen: Among the natural raw material textiles,the linen fiber is appreciated for its robustness and longevity.
This fiber has also characteristics that are appreciated for food use, strength when wet, and absorbency, since this fiber can absorb more than 35% of its own moisture weight, which is quickly eliminated.
This fiber is rotproof.
Linen is the eco-friendliest textile. He is considered as the champion of the ecological fibers. Linen does not produce waste and products made from the flax plant are biodegradable. Linen contributes to sustainable agriculture.
Ramie: Ramie is one of the oldest textile plants, already used for cottage industry 6000 years ago. This fiber was originally used to make ropes.
This very resistant fiber, reputed to be rot-proof, is very close to the flax fiber.
It also increases its resistance by 3 when wet and absorbs more than 35% of its own weight in moisture that it quickly eliminates.
Ramie does not produce waste and products made from ramie fiber are biodegradable.
Cotton: The natural cotton is the natual fiber the most used in the world. It was already used 5000 years before Christ.
The cotton fiber increases its resistance when wet by 2. This fiber has a very effective liquid conducing effect. It absorbs very well the surrounding humidity.
Cotton does not produce waste and products made from cotton fiber are biodegradable.
As a substitute for linen and ramie this fiber was used for packaging bags.
This biodegradable fiber is respectful of the environment.
Jute fiber is long-lasting than linen, ramie or cotton and is more easily degraded by moisture.