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Yes. The products available are made of 100% pure linen fabric. Pure linen is more difficult to find and source. However, it is the preferred choice of fabric for manufacturing clothing and other types of garments. It is considered 2-3 times stronger than cotton, which is another type of natural fabric. When properly cared for, linen should last longer than other types of fabric. Due to the rarity of this fabric and the added cost of producing it, the products produced from it tend to be more expensive. However, you can get more value for your money given the advantages of pure linen fabric.
Yes. You can machine wash linen, especially if the fabric is correctly manufactured and treated before it is used for clothing and other garments. It’s important to know the proper methods involved with machine washing linen fabric to avoid damage or shrinkage. You must separate the linen according to color: white, dark, and colored. Make sure to machine wash linen separately. Do not mix with other types of fabric as linen requires a different temperature and wash setting. Set the temperature so that the water is lukewarm. Keep the water temperature lower than 40 degrees C. Water temperature that is too high can cause shrinkage and cause the linen fibres to weaken. When machine washing linen fabric, set it to a gentle cycle. You must use only a mild detergent formula. Try to put only a few pieces of linen at a time. Refrain from overcrowding your washing machine.
The best way to dry linen clothing is by air-drying them after washing. Place them in a well-ventilated area on a drying rack or padded hanger. If possible, avoid putting the linen in the clothes dryer. Tumble drying for linen is allowed, but make sure to use the lowest setting and not to keep them in there for more than five minutes. Tumble drying also helps to loosen the wrinkles on the fabric. Take them off the dryer while still damp. This will prevent the linen clothing from becoming stiff.
Linen fabric is a naturally-sourced fabric. This is an excellent choice if you want to switch to wearing eco-friendly fabric that is sustainably sourced since it is derived from the fibres of a flax plant. Aside from being an eco-friendly material, there are several other reasons to choose linen. One of them is its durability. Linen is one of the strongest natural fibres in the world. It is also stronger than cotton. The strength of the fibres makes the fabric long-lasting and durable, so it is not susceptible to damage. This does not mean that linen is indestructible, you have to follow the proper way of washing and caring for this fabric. Nonetheless, it is a highly resilient fabric. Linen is a natural fabric that is highly breathable. This ensures year-round comfort when wearing the fabric. It is the ideal choice of fabric in the summer because the fibres allow air to circulate freely, keeping you cool and comfortable. Meanwhile, linen is also an ideal choice for bedding fabric because it helps retain heat to keep you warm. Natural fabric like linen does not contain toxic ingredients and chemicals that can be harmful to one’s health. This is another reason to choose linen. It is hypoallergenic, so it won’t cause allergies or other types of skin conditions, even for those with naturally sensitive skin. Lastly, linen fabric is a sustainable fashion. It is environmentally friendly and ethically sourced. The fabric itself is biodegradable and recyclable. It won’t contribute to environmental waste as there are lots of uses for the fabric scraps.