Cotton Throw Rug Review

Decor • Views: 1445

Organic Cotton Throw Rug they are provided is soft, cozy, and completely chemical and pesticide free. Each one of those rug are hand-made from 100% Handpicked Organic Cotton, without using pesticides or chemicals throughout the entire production process. They are grown exclusively in Egypt. The products reflect the extremely soft and durable features that Egyptian cotton is known for. Each one of GreenBoatStuff.com rugs is unique since they are rugs that are made from fabric remnants. However each piece of this natural Cotton Throw Rug dominated color is natural creamy beige; you can expect occasional splashes of color or variations in shade.
Cotton Throw Rug
This Cotton Throw Rug has benefits that both good for you and the Planet. The modern non-organic industrial cotton plant has been genetically engineered to the point where it is no longer a natural fiber, but rather a plant that is designed to withstand the strains of the chemical pesticides sprayed on it.

On the other hand, their 100% chemical free organic cotton offers you an alternative way to enjoy the softness of this traditional fabric without doing any harm. It’s easy to wash and line dry that you will enjoy these rugs for years. Each Cotton Throw Rug is about 1/4″ thick, with a hand-braided look and feel. The size available is regular and large which is sold individually. Under the Nile began with a family’s search for the children safety alternative that is similar with so many green companies at the beginning.

They have their own words; “Trough cultivating organic cotton, we seek to cultivate the community that grows it. We have a passion to fight poverty and to offer the Egyptian people a better way of life – through work, vocational and educational training, and by providing them health care. We seek to help the environment by planting and producing high quality cotton without the use of harmful pesticides and insecticides”. These words have become their passion in serving better quality rugs and treatment for the Planet, visit www.greenboatstuff.com.

Tags: