Details Composition | 100% linen Color | natural linen Care | hand wash
Sustainability Linen is recognized as one of the most sustainable fabrics in existence, in the last few years this fabric has gone through a period of great diffusion in the main developed markets for unifying in a unique way ecological aspects with other highly valued characteristics, such as comfort, versatility, and durability. From its planting, through the preparation of the fiber, to the final finishing of the fabric, the impacts on the environment are minimal. Its cultivation requires up to 20 times less water than cotton and minimal amounts of fertilizer, in addition, flax does not cause harmful impact to the soil, being easily incorporated into the rotation cycle of other crops. The processing of its fibers is done with low electricity use and with the help of natural agents, such as rain and sun. Practically all the residues of its production are used by other industries, such as cosmetics, food, and paper.
(information by: webartigos.com)
To take care of the planet we suggest reducing machine washing and opting for hand washing in cold and air drying. You do not need to iron this garment and when it is no longer useful, you can donate it.
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