The Korean company has a range of innovative everyday products for homes. The mulberry baby bath towel is made of 100 percent vegetable fiber mixed with 60 percent mulberry fiber and 40 percent rayon.
September 17, 2020
Korean company Samwoo Industries specializes in baby fabrics and it has launched the Mulberry Baby Bath Towel which is made from mulberry fiber. The mulberry baby bath towel has proven its antibiosis and deodorization better than conventional cloth made with bamboo or cotton fibers, and it is characterized by less skin irritation with a soft touch. The mulberry baby bath towel can be expected to be effective when used for the purposes of cloth diapers, blankets and shower towels, which directly touch the skin.
The mulberry fiber developed by the company has demonstrated 99.9 percent antibiosis in antibacterial tests of staphylococcus and pneumococcus and showed 32 percent deodorization in ammonia tests. Moreover, the product has attained the safety certification for children’s textile products (KC) in a formaldehyde test, and it has qualified dozens of tests for human harmless components. The mulberry baby bath towel is made of 100 percent vegetable fiber mixed with 60 percent mulberry fiber and 40 percent rayon.
“Many antibacterial products use heavy metals or chemicals for antibacterial treatment, but our products can prevent infants from eating heavy metals or chemicals by using antibacterial properties that the raw material itself has,” said an official from Samwoo Industries.
Samwoo Industries strives to introduce its products to overseas countries such as the United States, Canada and Japan by newly launching bath towels and various fabric products made with hanji (traditional Korean paper handmade from mulberry trees) fiber.