Cotton is a soft fiber that grows around the seeds of the cotton plant. Cotton is usually spun into thread and used to make breathable textiles. The whole cotton plant is used when making cotton, which means that nothing is thrown away – environmentally friendly. Cotton is strongest when wet.
Cotton can contain 20% moisture without feeling damp. The fibers quickly absorb sweat and moisture and can hold 65% of their weight without drip. The moisture is stored in the hollow fiber core. Cotton absorbs body sweat that can be easily flushed out in the wash.
How to wash cotton?
Cotton is a very durable fabric, even in the wet state, but is slightly resilient to wool and easily absorbs moisture. Wash at 30-40 ° C.