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Dingguagua uses natural colours for apparel series

24
Dec '07
As the demand for colored clothing kept increasing, companies are forced to upgrade their brands and products. Changzhou Dingguagua Colored Cottons Co Ltd, which mainly focuses into development of color-cotton clothing series, has recently launched few new environment friendly products.

The company used natural products like animal fur, pearl, bamboo, cotton and milk to manufacture nearly 400 types of clothes.

Dingguagua Colored Cottons Co Ltd extracted natural colours from herbs, flowers, tea leaves and fruits after smashing, soaking and steaming to dye these clothes. These not only offer natural and soft colour, but protect the skin and is safe for its wearers.

The natural colours from plant have received national recognition and have become a rage among the environment conscious consumers and the company is utilizing this opportunity and trading upon it.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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