Natural and sustainable as it truly is, abaca can be used in any aspect of our life. Over the years, the supply of abaca has been scarce for potential buyers due to the sensitivity of its production. This is where we come with a new breath of fresh air, because naturally, it is one of the Philippines’ main source of fiber and we utilize a special technology to better serve our future partners; whilst, maintaining the best quality of abaca fiber that we can offer.
Abaca Scrunch is simply an all-natural fiber mat made out of Abaca. Since it is one of our pioneer products, our partners will be more than satisfied with the quantity and quality that we can produce. The fiber mat or hard fabric can be customized in different colors and sizes. Overall, the product is made of a first class fiber without the means of using azo dye. The finish product is broadly patronized by decorators and florists.
In addition to Abaca, there is another widely used fiber obtained from palm tree. Native to Madagascar, A few African countries, and Philippines, raffia fiber is being extensively utilized for woven products, hand-made products, as well as gift packaging and florists binding.
As one of our specially selected fibers, Abaca Sinamay is a hand woven material made out of a very resilient and best grade abaca fiber. Similar to Abaca Scrunch, the natural fabric can be customized in different sizes which may vary from its length. As for the option to change its color, non-azo dye is used to dye the material. Generally, Abaca Sinamay is frequently utilized by fashion designers, florists, gift shops, and décor masters.
Sisal fiber, on the other hand, is considered as one of the wild variety of fiber as it is acquired from the leaves of the sisal plant. Being part of the family of Mexican Agave, the main supply comes from Tropical Central American countries.
Our hand-woven abaca placemats and rugs are crafted using a superior class of all-natural abaca fiber. Its tone and texture are accentuated by the fibers’ organic variation. Furthermore, the mats could be used for a longer duration of time as it can be reversible. g
The coconut coir, commonly known as coconut fiber, is basically one of the main resources of the Philippines. It is a natural fiber extracted from husks of coconut. The material is generally used for home essentials such as mats, doormats, fine brushes, fishing nets, and the likes.
As what history has taught us, Abaca fiber was first industrially used for ropes and twines. Because Abaca fiber does not absorb moisture, it was rampantly used due to the material’s low level of moisture. Shipping companies took advantage of this strong and sustainable fiber. The quality of ropes made from abaca fiber can be used in any region and in any sort of business. Practically, industrial manufacturers use ropes made of abaca fiber for anything to replace the use of plastic; as well as florists and gift packaging companies.
Abaca, Bangkwang, and Raffia is being utilized by skillful and creative designers in the production of storage baskets and gift baskets. In addition to that, our bathroom baskets and standard baskets can easily blend in any décor or design. For our future partners, please contact us for more information and variation.
Burlap, also known as Hessian textile, is frequently used for handicrafts such as for sacks, clothes, and textiles. If it is familiar, this type of fabric made out of abaca fiber is often used for cofeebean sacks and sand bags.