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Full Year now using bamboo charcoal yarn for lace fabrics
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Taiwan Full Year is now using bamboo charcoal yarn in the process of manufacture lace fabrics since 2009. By using natural material like bamboo charcoal yarn, clothing can be eco-friendly and its fashion style still stayed. Bamboo charcoal has a dense structure and contains numerous pores and minerals. It is excellent in removing odor, moisture, and bacteria.

The far infrared rays and anions it releases are good for keeping warm and boosting metabolism. With years R&D's effort and the use of functional materials such as bamboo charcoal yarn, Full Year providing their new lace fabrics which are more environmental friendly.

Full Year Industrial Co., Ltd. was founded in 1979, Taiwan, specializing in manufacturing raschel lace, and has been in textile industry for more than 60 years. Providing the fashion and environmental friendly lace, such as rigid lace, stretch lace, and allover lace to meet clients' needs. All staffs adhere to “pragmatic, cooperative, innovative corporate culture”, and commit to producing high quality, excellent design, and outstanding lace.

Full Year Industrial Co Ltd


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