About Viscose and Cotton
Viscose is a semi-synthetic fiber. We know viscose for its silk like luster, appealing drape and superior softness to cotton. It is often in blend with oil based fabric . We can wash viscose clothes in temperatures of up to 40° C.
Cotton is a natural fiber that comes from the seedpod of the cotton plant and is used to make many fabric types at every price point. The fiber is hollow in the center and, under the microscope, resembles a twisted ribbon. A plain weave produces fabrics like gingham, percale, chambray and broadcloth. Besides, cotton is sustainable, renewable, and biodegradable, making it an excellent choice as an environmentally-friendly fiber throughout its entire product life cycle. However, most chemical fibers are petroleum based, which means they come from nonrenewable resources. It is better than the other fabrics.
Why use these Bags
First of all, these bags are reusable. Using these bags will reduce the use of plastic bags and polythene bags while shopping. As we all know that using plastic bags is harmful. But these bags are of materials such as viscose, Dhaka, Patch, cotton, wool etc. which are completely environment friendly. Furthermore, these bags are reusable and a bit fashionable too.
Some Benefits of Using Cotton Bags
Cotton bags are much more sustainable, nice and practical than plastic bags. They are easy to wash and you can reuse them and avoid hundreds and thousands of plastic bags. Cottons bags use less water, energy and oil and have less impact on air-pollution. Some more Benefits of Using Reusable Shopping Bags
- Save Money. Using reusable bags over plastic bags can save money in several areas Including your own pocket.
- Save Resources and therefore, money. Plastic bags are non-biodegradable, use crude oil and natural gas to manufacture, and require even more fossil fuels to ship.
- Durability and Reliability
- Peace of Mind.