What does BioDegradable mean?
Will my BioDegradable bathing suit fall apart on me?
Will biodegradable garments only last one summer?
How can it be durable enough for everyday life while also being biodegradable?
If something is biodegradable, then given the right conditions and presence of microorganisms, fungi, and/or bacteria, which eat away at the material turning it back into bio gas, it will eventually break down to its basic components and blend back into its natural environment without leaving behind any trace of unnatural substances. Biodegradable textiles are no different in appearance, and are equally enduring as the clothing currently in your closet. The difference is in composition and decomposition of the textile we sustainably produce.
Indigo Wild is BioDegradable. This unique textile fabric will Bio degrade in any land fill within 3-5 years. This makes our product revolutionary within the fashion industry. Most textiles such as Spandex, polyester, and nylon are currently found in 90% of clothing worn today. They take 40-200 years to properly decompose while also leaving behind harmful toxins and chemicals used to create the synthetic textiles.
By supporting Indigo Wild and our BioDegradable movement you can become a more sustainable part of our ecosystem. We want to thank you for choosing to be part of our mission in changing this industry. Your choices impact this planet and support a business who considers all sides of our carbon footprint.