Richway Bamboo Silk Comforter
We are excited to announce our newest product – The Bamboo Silk Comforter.
Amethyst fabric and bamboo fabric
Richway’s Bamboo Silk Comforter is made from organic bamboo fiber, which helps keep your skin feeling fresh, while providing silky smooth comfort for a relaxing sleep. Bamboo Fiber is an eco-friendly and 100% biodegradable alternative.
|Dimensions||Double/Twin Comforter: 84″ x 64″ / 215cm x 165cm Queen Comforter: 90″ x 78″ / 230cm x 200cm|
Benefits of Bamboo Fabric
Bamboo Fabric is an amazingly sustainable and eco-friendly material that requires only a third of the water to grow, and no pesticides or fertilizers to maintain. Not only is it the fastest growing plant in the world, but bamboo also bamboo regrows easily and even helps rebuild eroded soil.
Why should you use bamboo fabric over conventional fabric?
Perfect for people who have sensitive skin, allergies, or prone to rashes.
Antibacterial properties that helps you feel fresh and keeps you smelling great.
A natural hypoallergenic, bamboo doesn’t cause allergic reaction.
Keeps you cooler in the summer and warmer in winter.
Absorbs moisture from your body and helps keeps you feeling dry and fresh while also it also wicks away any sweat.
Easy for air to pass through, so it won’t stick to your skin, even when it’s hot.
Most Eco-Friendly Fabric
Grows quickly with little water and no pesticides or fertilizer. An easily renewable and sustainable material.
Richway Bamboo Silk Comforter
Once the bamboo pulp has been turned into a dry sheet, it can now be ground up and spun into bamboo fibers. The result is a soft fluffy material that’s almost twice as soft as cotton.
Bamboo is Hypoallergenic
Not only is Bamboo Fabric incredibly soft, it’s also naturallly hypoallergenic. With its soft and round fibers, there are no sharp cuts to irritate the skin. Perfect for people who have sensitive skin!
No More Smelly Sheets!
Bamboo is quite a unique plant, it has a natural protection against most varieties of bacteria, which is part of the reason why bamboo grows so quickly. And the most amazing thing? It’s that none of these antibacterial properties are destroyed during the manufacturing process!
Bacteria is well known for causing a lot of odors, and bamboo’s anti-bacterial properties naturally eliminates odors. Antimicrobial materials prevent bacteria from sticking to its surfaces and prevents them from growing. Stay feeling fresh and odor-free longer.
Stay cooler during the Summers!
Stay cooler in the Summer and warmer in the Winters! Bamboo fabric is perfect for any weather. Not only does it block almost all UV rays, but it is also breathable and has excellent water-wicking properties to help keep you stay dry when it gets hot and sticky.
Bamboo plants keep themselves cool when it’s hot and they continue to keep you cool even after it gets turned into a fabric.
After bamboo has been spun into a fabric, the bamboo fabric is covered with micro-gaps, which gives the fabric better ventilation to help keep you cooler.
Bamboo is as soft as silk!
We all know cotton is soft, but how does a hard, green plant get turned into anything comfortable?
Well, it’s actually much easier than it looks!
Once the bamboo is chopped up, its digested with natural compounds that turn it into a pulp.
After the bamboo pulp has absorbed the compounds, the next step is to drain and press the bamboo pulp until it’s like a sheet.
Why it is more important than ever to start thinking “Green.”
Over the past decade, we have all been seeing the advent of a ton of different trends, one of those trends being the “Go Green” movement. From banning plastic bags to switching to paper straws, we are all now thinking of ways to be more environmentally conscious and to be more friendly to our planet.
We don’t need a reason to understand why it’s important to preserve the planet, we all live here, and we all have a responsibility to try and keep it safe. However, one of the major concerns that we face is our limited natural resources.
With the growing popularity of Going Green, a new type of sustainable fabric has been on the rise. With the advancement of manufacturing techniques, fine silky threads can be spun into clothes or other textiles, all made from bamboo.