Why recycled polyester is better
You can get polyester from recycled plastic water bottles
Polyester is a synthetic fabric that’s made from oil. It’s often used in clothing, but it can also be recycled into other products like carpets and insulation.
A plastic water bottle is made from a type of plastic called polyethylene terephthalate (PET), which is the same stuff used to make polyester. The recycling process for both materials is similar; after you separate them out from other trash, they’re melted down and turned into pellets that are then spun into thread for weaving into fabric or molding into new bottles. The result? A garment that looks just as good on stage as it does when you’re dancing around your bedroom with your friends!
Not only that, polyester is a great fabric to make baby clothes from.
- Polyester is durable, washable and non-absorbent.
- Polyester is the fastest drying material on the planet.
- Polyester is the most widely used fabric in the world, which makes it easy to get in your area or online.
Our clothes are durable, washable and non-absorbent.
Polyester is a durable, washable, non-absorbent fabric. We’re talking about the same material used in ball gowns and prom dresses that won’t snag or tear with normal wear and tear.
Our clothes are made of recycled polyester because it can withstand the test of time—meaning they will last longer than any other type of synthetic material on the market today. So if you’re looking for something that doesn’t lose its shape easily, look no further.
Hang on now—what does “non-absorbent” mean? Well, let’s put it this way: If you spill something on your shirt or pants made from recycled polyester (which is pretty unlikely) then it will simply be absorbed by some other fabric instead of sinking into your clothing like traditional cotton would do!
This means that babies’ bottoms stay clean and just require a wipe down for diaper changes.
Polyester is a non-absorbent fabric, so babies’ bottoms remain clean. This also means that diapers can be changed more frequently than cotton diapers, which seep in moisture for prolonged periods of time and require washing after each use.
Polyester’s quick drying and durability allow for less time spent cleaning up messes—and no more wet clothes to deal with! Because polyester does not absorb moisture like cotton does, it dries quickly when washed in the washing machine. It also withstands repeated washings better than other fabrics, making it ideal for those who desire longevity out of their clothing items.
The breathability of polyester allows air to flow freely through the material; this makes it comfortable against your baby’s skin while also keeping them cool during hot summer days! The hypoallergenic nature of polyester prevents irritation caused by synthetic materials rubbing against sensitive areas all day long (i.e., diaper rashes).
It’s also the fastest drying material on the planet.
As a synthetic fabric, polyester is made entirely of plastic. It’s durable and can be used for a long time, which makes it an ideal material for clothes—especially those you’ll wear while exercising or playing sports. The speed at which polyester dries is one reason why it’s so useful to athletes who need dry clothes quickly!
When babies pee or poo on their clothes, you don’t have to rush to wash them and hope they’ll dry in time for the next change.
Babies pee and poo often, so you’re going to need a lot of clothes. If your baby is like mine, he or she will be wearing diapers full time until they are at least eight months old. That means a lot of laundry!
And let’s face it: when babies have wet and dirty diapers, their clothes can get wet and dirty almost as quickly as they do. And if those clothes don’t get washed right away? A few hours later, there’s a stinky mess in the dryer! Plus there’s no guarantee that all the stains will come out when you wash them again—especially if they’re dark colored ones like reds or greens (or brown).
They dry within minutes, meaning you don’t have to do laundry as often.
Polyester is the fastest drying fabric and it’s a great choice for baby clothes, because it’s durable, washable and non-absorbent. It’s made from recycled plastic water bottles! This means that when your baby pees on his t-shirt or pair of pants, he can quickly get back to playing with his favorite toy. You will love this fabric too because you no longer have to do laundry as often as you did before—with polyester you only need to do laundry once every couple of weeks instead of once every day!
Polyester is also a sustainable fabric because it uses less energy than other materials like cotton and wool during manufacturing processes like spinning and weaving the material together into cloths that are suitable for clothing production (called yarn).
Using recycled polyester is good for the planet and good for parents.
Recycled polyester is better for the environment, and it’s also better for parents. Recycled polyester is more eco-friendly than traditional fibers because the manufacturing process uses less energy and water, which means there’s less pollution created in its manufacture. If you’re looking to buy clothes that are sustainable, this is a great option!
It’s also better for babies’ health: many of the chemicals used in traditional fabric production can be unhealthy when they come into contact with skin or breathable fabrics like cotton (which may even be filled with pesticides). These toxic dyes have been linked to allergies and asthma in children as well as infertility in adults—but recycled polyester doesn’t contain these harmful chemicals!
Finally, recycled polyester is good for our planet because it reduces emissions from manufacturing processes by using fewer resources like coal and oil during production.