34 cm

Organic cotton satin infused with antibacterial and antiallergic silver ions treatment.

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Only 3 left in stock

Organic Cotton Antibacterial Silver Satin – Breizh

20.00  / m

SKU: SATIN130_AG_0563 Categories: , , Tags: , , , ,

Only 3 left in stock

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Product Details

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 100 × 155 × 1 cm
Pattern

Fabric

Composition

100% Organic Cotton

Width

155 cm

Fabric Weight

200g/m 130g/sqm

Elasticity

0%

Appearance / Touch

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Natural white design

Simple Colors

Green, Grey

Colors

Avocado, Verdigris, Wild Willow

Applications

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Washing

60°C

Tumble drying

Ironing

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Bleach

Prohibited

Shrinkage

Manufacturing process

Woven

More about product

Even if at this time, this fabric remains ideal for creating barrier masks, it is nonetheless a “basic” fabric made of 100% organic cotton.
You can also create all your usual projects:
• for babies and children: toys, nursery decoration,
• hygienic accessories (makeup removal wipes),
• home decoration,
• eco-responsible bags and accessories for the kitchen,
• bed sheets for people with sensitive or fragile skin, etc.
• Uniform for medical staff
This antibacterial and antiallergic fabric will represent an advantage for all your creations which will be all the more unique on the “handmade” market.
The woven organic cotton is infused with the Silverplus® treatment developed and produced by the German company Rudolf Group. This process meets OEKO-TEX®-Standard 100 and Environmental Protection Agency (US) standards as well as bluesign® criteria. Silver ions (Ag +) help kill bacteria, fungi and mycosis.
The combination of organic cotton and silver ions makes this fabric a unique material that soothes irritated skin and stops itching.
Using simple words and to explain what a microscope could see, the “meeting” of Ag + positive ions and negatively charged groups present on the walls of bacteria does not go well (!) And causes them major damage (Holes …). The bacteria’s membrane becomes permeable and the bacteria die.
RIP Bacteria!

Ratings & Reviews

3595