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Linen = Longevity

Linen = Longevity

Have you browsed our kitchen linen collection? Using these 100% Japanese linen towels regularly has spoiled us rotten, as the vibrant color spruces up our kitchens and the hand feel is luxurious, plus quick drying.

Linen is known to be the world’s strongest natural fiber. It is thicker than cotton and linen fiber has variable lengths, most of which are very long. This contributes to strength, which contributes to longevity. Linen lasts a very long time.

The method of producing linen fabric from flax plants uses far less water than it does to produce the same amount of cotton. This makes it a more sustainable choice. Fewer pesticides are used to grow flax than in cotton growing, and linen can be processed without the use of chemicals.

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