Fabric is a huge part of our lives. It’s the first thing you touch when you get home, it’s what we wrap ourselves in to keep warm and cozy during winter, and it sets the mood for any space that we’re in. But some fabrics are sustainable, and others aren’t sustainable at all.
1) What is a sustainable fabric?
Sustainable fabrics are made from sustainable resources that have been taken care of throughout their entire lives. Organic cotton is one example because it’s grown without chemicals or pesticides. This means that the soil can be used for many years before new crops need to be planted on the same fields again.
2) Why should I use this kind of fabric?
There are a lot of reasons why this fabric is essential. Some of these include:
– Less waste in landfills
– Fewer toxins in our bodies (because sustainable fabrics don’t contain toxic chemicals)
– Reduced impact on climate change by reducing greenhouse gases produced during manufacturing processes due to reduced use of fossil fuels like oil, gas, and coal when sustainable materials are substituted instead.
3) What is its cost?
These fabrics are more expensive than regular ones. However, sustainable clothes will last longer, and this increased lifespan offsets the cost of this fabric.
It is time to think a little about our planet.