Mattress ticking manufactured with bamboo fiber.
There are about 1200 different types of bamboo plants, all belonging to a family of plants with rapid growth, and they are rightly considered among the planet’s renewable resources (a bamboo plant con also increase its height of 5 cm a day). The species used in textile production is the heterocycle pubescens, commonly know as Moso Bamboo.
The Bamboo contains a natural agent Bio-unique of this plant as “Kun” (or Kuhn) with strong antibacterial properties. These properties are transferred to the fabric as they are, without losing effectiveness as a result of subsequent processing.
The cultivation of the plant, strong and resistant to bacteria, does not require any type of pesticide.
Why use Bamboo fabric covering for mattresses:
The Bamboo preserves the natural antibacterial properties in continuous and tends to neutralize odors.
The Bamboo has a great power to moisture absorption, camparable to that of flax (the absolute maximum among all textile fibers).
The Bamboo, used in direct contact with the skin, provides superior breathability and comfort.
The Bamboo has incredible strength to breakage and abrasion.
The Bamboo contains honey pectin, nourishing and regenerating for the surface cells of human skin.
The Bamboo is naturally crease-resistant and soft to the touch.
- The Bamboo is a sustainable plant fiber.