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14
Feb
2013
1

Tips on Washing Your Linen Clothes

People appreciate linen clothes for many thousands of years. Made from the fibers of the flax plant linen is a natural fabric. It has many positive properties that make linen clothes popular among people on various ages, nationalities and social status. Linen fabric breathes well; it is stronger than cotton fabric, and more difficult to weave, which makes linen a pricier fabric to make into clothes and other household textile such as linen bed linen, linen tablecloths and linen towels. Linen dyes well with different colors and can be blended with other materials, which may impact the ways of care the piece of clothing will require.

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10
Oct
2012
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An Amazing Linen Fabric

Linen fabric is the most ancient of all fabrics. Made from the fibers of flax plant, its best appreciated features are the smoothness, durability and coolness. Linen fabric is environment friendly and has some special properties (hypo-allergic, anti-static, bug resistant etc).

There are lots of purposes 100% linen fabric is used for:

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12
Mar
2012
0

Why Linen Clothes Are Always in Fashion?

With days getting longer, warmer and shinier, it is time to think of some new clothes to wear this spring and summer! Did you know that linen clothes are always in fashion? The shapes, cuts, lengths and colors change but the linen fabric itself is always popular. Why is that? Should you consider purchasing a piece of linen clothing? Let me reveal some benefits of pure linen clothes in this post.

Linen clothes are appreciated so much because of the comfort they provide. This is especially evident during warm seasons when linen clothing allows doing your activities without worrying for sweating or damping your clothes. Breathable and comfortable clothes are a must during how summer unless you want any skin or health problems caused by sweating. Linen fabric easily absorbs perspiration, while leaving a very cool and dry feeling to the skin.

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