THE SECRET RECIPE FOR PERFECT LAUNDRY
To design a unique linen that combines quality, comfort, resistance and durability, Comptoir du Bambou has developed La Fibre B®. In order to offer you exceptional linen to improve your daily life.
An exceptional fiber
Fibre B is the result of several years of R&D work to develop advanced technology and offer you better designed, more efficient and more durable products.
Your daily comfort
Our manufacturing process allows our linen to retain the virtues of bamboo such as softness and resistance,
In addition, Fibre B. is essentially made of bamboo, the most ecological material in the world. Our linen contributes with style to your well-being and the protection of the planet.
The production steps of our Fibre B®
The advantages of Fibre B®
An exceptional linen
Thanks to our Bamboo fiber, an incredibly soft, silky and resistant innovative material, enjoy the luxury of the hotel at home.
All your questions about fibre B
What is Fibre B®?
Fibre B® is a textile fibre that we have worked on to offer one of the best linens on the market. It is a clever blend of a certain species of bamboo selected for its incredible virtues and Egyptian cotton. Fibre B® is the best textile fibre in the world: high quality, very comfortable and resistant. Its silky, luxurious feel gives you the emotion of direct contact with nature.
What is the difference between bamboo fibre and ecological cotton linen?
Fibre B® is mainly made of bamboo, which gives it an incomparable softness and resistance to any test. The addition of a little cotton adds softness and thickness to the linen, but in a limited quantity to avoid the roughness it can have. The combination of these two materials means that there is no compromise between softness, strength, durability and comfort.
What is the difference between Fibre B® and other bamboo fibres?
The creation of our fibre is the result of several months of research and development work. Our objective was to offer a more resistant, softer, ecological and qualitative linen. However, many bamboo-based products are the result of heavy chemical processes, with bamboo coming from all over the world. On our side, we cultivate an invasive species that must be harvested to preserve biodiversity, we then extract our fibre and weave in our partner factories with controlled and mastered processes.