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WHY… Bamboo Lyocell is made with pure organic bamboo pulp; it is crushed, washed and spun into yarns. It uses very little water in comparison to yield and and is made with high eco standards. This one is a winner!
Travel sheet of dreams. Super soft, hypoallergenic bamboo sheet that is breathable, moisture-wicking and antimicrobial. Wrap yourself up knowing you are in your own hygienic bubble of goodness and get a dreamy night sleep whether its out under the stars, in a hotel on the go or somewhere exotic on your travels. Note: This sheet is grey in color. Photos for reference only.
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Includes one envelope sheet with a pillow slip (pillow not included), packaged in a drawstring bag.
Can be used as a sleeping bag liner to increase insular temperature.
Perfect for campers, hostel-goers or travellers who simply want comfort, sleep hygiene and peace of mind.
– This gender-neutral travel sheet is one size fits all, suitable for both adults and kids.
– Helps prolong the life of your sleeping bag by washing only the travel sheet.
– Includes built-in pillow slip and corner ties for stability and peg-less line drying.
– Comes in a reusable drawstring bag, can easily be rolled up and stored away in seconds!
100% Organic Bamboo Lyocell in 300 thread count, equals to 1000 cotton thread count. Oeko-Tex® certified.
Are there any harsh chemicals in bamboo lyocell?
Ettitude products are made from certified organic bamboo that is grown and produced without any harmful chemicals, artificial additives, growth hormones or GMO’s. They are manufactured under the Oeko-Tex Standard 100, which is an international testing and certification system for textiles, focusing primarily on limiting the use of harmful chemicals in the textile industry. Ettitude fabrics are also dyed with non-toxic, eco-friendly dyes.
Are they made ethically?
The bamboo used is from FSC-certified forests and is USDA Certified Organic. Ettitude products are certified by Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP). WRAP is a globally recognised, independent 3rd party certifying body whose mission is to promote ethical, humane and lawful conditions and practices in apparel, footwear, and sewn products manufacturing facilities. Companies accepted into the WRAP organisation go through an extensive application process in which manufacturing facilities, working environments, and workers’ rights are inspected and approved by the WRAP association. WRAP certifications are awarded based upon both internationally and nationally accepted humane workplace standards, local laws, and ethical manufacturing regulations.
Doesn’t bamboo use lots of water?
The fibre yield per acre from bamboo is up to 10 times higher than cotton and requires less than 1/10 of the water to grow. It is fabricated with high eco-standards, using a closed-loop system that recycles and reuses water to minimise waste.
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