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Lasting investment Good at fighting o stains by being naturally stain-resistant, your linen set can stay fresher for longer. While softening with every wash, these sheets are bound to see many seasons.
Natural textile Linen is produced using the natural resource, flax, in its purest form. The use of organic flax allows for no harmful chemicals, pesticides or herbicides to be used during the cultivation process. Last but not least, flax is biodegradable which means if ever you had the need to change out your beloved set of bedding, your eco-footprint is naturally reduced.
Water Consumption Flax in itself uses significantly less water than that of its most common alternative cotton. The flax plant is durable and is, therefore, able to grow in less favourable soil conditions.
Credibility Linen oered by Wild Fig carries certifications from organisations such as the European Linen Certification, OEKO Tex and GOTS Certifications. Adhering to a variety of standards and compliances, Wild Fig linen is sustainable as not only the product is cared for in an ecological sense. The production and sourcing of flax are also done in an ethical way.
Effcient and optimal A major benefit of using flax in the production of linen is the use of all components of the flax plant. The stem is used to wick linen while the seeds can be used for human consumption. Other components include linseed oil while the most sustainable component is the use of the plant root as fertiliser for crops to follow.