Cotton. It’s Just A More Sustainable Fiber Solution.
It’s a well-known fact that cotton is the preferred choice for customers due to its perfect mix of softness, strength, and flexibility. But what also makes cotton popular is the fact that it’s a sustainable choice, too.
Cotton Processing — A Time-Tested Method
While synthetic fibers like rayon and polyester go through a long and complicated process before reaching the consumer, cotton goes through a fairly simple one: after being plucked from the field, the gin separates the plant from the seed, and then the Barnhardt purification process cleans and whitens the cotton, ultimately making it absorbent. Then the cotton’s ready for its wide array of uses.
Compare the cotton vs rayon process for yourself.
Cotton’s Unsophisticated–And Homegrown–Supply Chain
And when it comes to supply chain, cotton is born and raised (meaning, harvested and converted) right here in the USA. Once again, rayon can’t say that,