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Linen, a biodegradabale fiber, known for its durability and rustic appearance


About Linen

Linen is one of the most biodegradable fiber in history. It is strong, naturally moth resistant, and made from flax plant fibres, it is fully biodegradable. Best known for its great capacity to absorb water, resistance and durability.
Furthermore, it is completely recyclable, as is the consolidated waste from its transformation process. It is a light fiber, soft to the touch, absorbent (it absorbs moisture without holding bacteria), resistant to bacteria and thermoregulating.

Environmental impact

  • Requires fewer resources and less water to grow and produce
  • Can be grown without pesticides and chemicals
  • Durability means each piece lasts longer and reduces waste
  • Natural biodegradable material which reduces waste