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Are you familiar with the textile manufacturing processes? Part 2: RECYCLED POLYESTER

In the second part of this series of articles about the origin of textile materials, we will focus on recycled polyester. Polyester as a synthetic fibre began to be a widely used material in the last century. Although it has certain advantages over natural materials, it also has many disadvantages, especially in terms of sustainability. There are many clothes made of polyester fibres today, and the possibility of their recycling and reuse is an important part of the change in the textile industry.

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Our sustainable production

At MERCHYOU, we care about our planet, the environment and people's health and we are aware of the impact the textile production can have. We continually strive to improve our production processes and be as environmentally friendly as possible. Find out what sustainable steps we take to do so.

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Are you familiar with the textile manufacturing processes? Part 1: COTTON

Are you interested in how textile materials are produced? We have prepared a series of articles for you, where we will gradually introduce individual types of fabrics. The first part is dedicated to one of the most important natural sources of textile materials - cotton. Cotton has a myriad of benefits, but also certain pitfalls in terms of sustainability of its production. However, if handled properly, it can be a very valuable and irreplaceable material in many respects.

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Tips for sustainable accessories we offer

We often introduce you to sustainable textile, such as t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, etc. This time we have prepared tips for interesting additional products for you. Take a look at them and find inspiration. See what else can be printed or embroidered on.

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Natural biodegradable textile now on offer!

The benefits of sustainable textile are indeed innumerable. One of them is the ability to maintain the natural cycle of material value. What does it mean? Disposal of organic textile does not burden the natural environment. It can also become an important resource for other crops and production of materials. 

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