These luxurious, reversible bamboo duvet covers go so well with our bamboo sheets, creating a balanced pallet of beauty and comfort. The fabric has a subtle sheen and a forward fashion feel to bring an exquisite balance of color and style to your bedroom. Duvets are exclusively designed with a stylish accent stripe and an invisible zipper for both easy access and protection against intrusion of dust mites and allergens. This bamboo duvet comforter is stylish, sensuous, thermal regulating and lightweight so you can sleep comfortably and beautifully the year around. They come in 4 sizes, including bamboo duvet cover king and bamboo duvet cover queen. You can place your bamboo duvet insert within the duvet. This is the best bamboo duvet cover, and it is an organic bamboo duvet cover. Our prices run under Cariloha duvet cover by about $50, but the quality is the same. Get the sheets, pillowcases and cover as a bamboo duvet set.
Dimensions: Twin: 68″ x 87″ Full: 82″ x 88″ Queen: 92″ x 94″ King/Cal King: 108″ x 96″
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Bamboo Sheets – Bamboo Duvet Bamboo Pillowcases – Bamboo Towels Bamboo Coverlet (Bedspread) – Bamboo Shams Rayon from Bamboo is a semi-synthetic fiber made by chemically reshaping cellulose from Bamboo. Cellulose extracted from bamboo appropriates for refining into viscose rayon (rayon is likewise made from cellulose from various other sources). Bamboo leaves and the soft, internal pith from the tough bamboo trunk are extracted using a steaming process and then mechanically crushed to draw out the cellulose. The viscose rayon procedure after that deals with the fibers with lye, and adds carbon disulfide to develop sodium cellulose xanthate. After time, temperature, as well as different inorganic and natural ingredients, consisting of the quantity of air get in touch with, determining the final degree of polymerization, the xanthate is acidified to regenerate the cellulose as well as release dithiocarbonic acid that later breaks down back to carbon disulfide and water. Viscose manufactured from bamboo is promoted as having environmental benefits over viscose made with cellulose drawn out from wood pulp. Bamboo plants may be expanded on minimal land unsuitable for forestry; although demand for bamboo has occasionally caused felling of forests to plant bamboo, though this has ended up being much less usual because Chinese forestry policy reforms in the 1990s. The viscose processing results in the same chemical waste items as wood-pulp viscose, significantly carbon disulfide, yet bamboo cellulose is suitable for a closed-loop viscose procedure that captures all solvents used.