Bamboo Charcoal Polo
Bamboo Charcoal Polo – there are dozens of reasons that Bamboo Charcoal Fabric is good for your Health
The Best reason to wear this Polo is it just looks great
Soft Light weight fabric that will last for ages
Take them straight out of the washing machine and hang on a coat hanger to dry in the shade – will be dry in no time and the colour will hold
Bamboo Charcoal Eco Fabric Short Sleeve Polo
Fabric: Bamboo Charcoal Interlock 165gsm –
50% Polyester, 50% Bamboo Charcoal .
Breathablility characteristics allows air permeability for increased comfort and moisture dispersion.
Built in Anti-Bacteria and Anti-Fungal properties.
Durable performance features are effective even after 50 laundering.
Easy care / Iron free.
From the name of Bamboo Charcoal, it is easy to know that the material is made from bamboo. Bamboo is botanically categorized as a grass and not and a tree, bamboo might be the world’s most sustainable resource. It is the fastest growing grass and can shoot up a yard or more a day. Bamboo reaches maturity quickly and is ready for harvesting in about 4 years. Bamboo does not require replanting after harvesting because its vast root network continually sprouts new shoots, pulling in sunlight and greenhouse gases and converting them to new green growth. Growing bamboo does not need fertilizers, nutrients or pesticides; it can be considered a very sustainable industry. Bamboo plantations are large factories for photosynthesis, which reduces green house gases. Bamboo plants absorb about 5 times the amount of carbon dioxide and produce about 35% more oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees. We can say that the planting of bamboo is good for environmental protection of the earth and helps to slow down green house effects.
Bamboo Charcoal Fabric
The Bamboo Charcoal Fabric is an eco-fabric that is made from yarn embedded with nano-particles of bamboo charcoal.
Activated charcoal is a fine, odorless, black powder often used in emergency rooms to treat overdoses. Its toxin-absorbing properties have a wide range of medicinal and cosmetic uses, though none are scientifically proven.
Superheating natural sources of carbon, such as wood, produces activated charcoal. The black powder stops toxins from being absorbed in the stomach by binding to them. The body is unable to absorb charcoal, and so the toxins that bind to the charcoal leave the body in the feces.