Everything you need to know about Natural Fabric

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Everything you need to know about Natural Fabric

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We keep hearing the term “Natural Fabric” in our day to day lives. Do you ever stop and wonder what exactly a natural fabric is? What do the brands mean when they say that they manufacture and supply “Natural Fabric”? Why do people prefer Natural Fabric over the others? The questions are endless and we are going to answer them in this blog.

Let’s start with WHAT IS NATURAL FABRIC?










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Natural fabric is derived from the fibres of animal coats, plant seeds, stems and leaves, and silkworm cocoons. Basically, any Fabric that is woven or knitted from fibres that occur in our natural world is Natural Fabric. Here are a few types of Natural Fabric –

Cotton — Cotton is the most versatile and common Natural fabric. It is derived from the seeds of a cotton plant. Cotton is soft, strong, hypo-allergenic and easy to wash.










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Linen — Linen is one of the oldest fabrics known to us. It is derived from the flax plant. Linen is luxurious, hypo-allergenic, comfortable, and protects against sun radiation.











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Silk — Silk is the strongest Natural Fabric in the world. It is basically a protein-based fibre spun by the silkworm. Silk is soft, luxurious, Natural fungal repellent, and incredibly beautiful.

Wool — Wool is a soft and durable fabric derived from animals like sheep, goats etc. It is warm, durable, flexible, and Absorbent.

Other Natural Fabric includes Hemp, Cashmere, Jute, Bamboo, Mohair, and Leather.











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More Breathable

The most important feature of Natural Fabric is its high-absorption quality which allows ample ventilation to make the clothes extremely breathable and comfortable to wear. That’s exactly why wearing pure cotton in summers is incredibly comfortable. This is also why Natural fabric LOOKS AND FEELS BETTER than the manmade ones.

Sustainable and Renewable Choice of Fabric

Since Natural Fabric is sourced from animals and plants and created without toxins or unnatural processes, it is good for the environment. Most importantly — these are fabrics biodegradable, can be easily recycled, and decompose harmlessly. Additionally, there is also no chemical waste or pollution involved like it is in the case of synthetic fabric.

Great Insulators

A few of the Natural Fabric are simply magical. Well, we are talking about the thermal fabrics like wool, bamboo, and silk that can self-adjust its temperature according to the weather. Yes, Natural Fabrics are awesome! But how do they do that? Thermal Fabric traps air between its micro-holes and become an insulator to generate coolness in the summer and warmth during the winter.

Naturally Hypoallergenic

Most of the Natural Fabrics like cotton, silk, bamboo, and linen are naturally hypoallergenic. THEY HAVE ANTI-BACTERIAL AND ANTI-MICROBIAL PROPERTIES WHICH PREVENT PEOPLE FROM CATCHING INFECTION.

In short, Natural Fabric has High quality and low impact. While it has the best of features and can be used to make countless products like t-shirts, bed-sheets, gowns, etc; it is also eco-friendly and surprisingly good for the skin.

Gokul Texprints is the flag bearer of Natural Fabric in the Indian Textiles Industry. We manufacture, supply, and export the premium quality of Natural Fabric in all sorts of designs and colours. We have successfully broken the myth that Natural Fabric has limited options in terms of “design and colours” by flooding the market with phenomenal designs and endless colours of Natural Fabric.

As we proceed further with the spirit of #AatmanirbharBharat and #SavingTheEnvironment, we would be happy to connect with you to develop further associations, collaborations, and dealership opportunities. Let’s grow together!

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