The History of Egyptian Cotton?

Answer Egyptian cotton is derived from the species Gossypium barbadense, a tropical perennial plant with yellow petals and black seeds. It requires full sunlight and high humidity and rainfall to grow pro... Read More »

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What is the difference between egyptian cotton&pima cotton?

Egyptian cotton is marketed as the most luxurious form of cotton, and bedding made from Egyptian cotton commands high prices. Pima cotton is also a luxurious fiber. There are many similarities and ... Read More »

Is Egyptian cotton softer than regular cotton?

Egyptian cotton is softer than regular cotton because the fibers of Egyptian cotton are longer (1 3/8 inches, compared to regular cotton at only 1 inch). Because of the longer length, Egyptian cot... Read More »

What is the difference between egyptian cotton&sateen cotton?

Egyptian and sateen cottons are very common materials used in the making of sheets, towels and other linens. Both Egyptian and sateen cottons are known for high quality and softness.Egyptian Cotton... Read More »

Algodon Cotton vs Egyptian Cotton?

Cotton is arguably one of the most useful plants in the world. Cotton is used to produce clothing, pillows, furniture, sheets, curtains and just about anything that can be made from fabric. Cotton ... Read More »