The Spruce’s Mary Marlowe Leverette includes Cariloha bamboo fabrics in her article titled, “How to Clean and Care for Bamboo Clothes and Fabrics.” She talks about pretreating any stains, selecting detergents, choosing washer cycles and more. The Spruce is all about home design ideas and useful how-to articles to make your best home. It receives […]
Which Fabric is Really Best for the Environment?
When you consider building an environmentally-conscious lifestyle for yourself, you usually begin in the kitchen. By using reusable cups and recycling your glass, you’re actively reducing waste and minimizing landfills. But did you know you could do the same thing in your closet? Building a wardrobe of sustainable and organic clothing will ultimately help reduce […]
Beat the Heat this Summer with these Easy Tips
Craving the sun’s brilliant Vitamin D infusion? Us too. And, with the summer sunshine here to stay, you need to capture your rays without getting burned. As temperatures rise, the relaxing summer heat can become almost unbearable. Don’t let the heat get you down. Beat it and stay cool this summer with these easy tips. […]
7 Reasons Bamboo is a better option than Cotton
Minimal Crop Losses Bamboo has always been grown without pesticides where some non-organic cotton requires 1/3 pounds of fertilizer per pound and can be determined to use 25% of all chemical pesticides used on American crops. Though organic cotton has gone great strides to make sure that their environmental impact here is less, the process […]
Can Bamboo really be made into a Soft, Eco-Friendly Fabric?
When I first learned about bamboo fabric, I couldn’t help but go back to the two years when I lived in Costa Rica where bamboo plants grew abundantly along the river beds in almost every small town and major city throughout the country. I never once thought of bamboo being converted into organic bamboo apparel […]