The Materials


PP Fabric

PP fabrics are broadly defined as sheet or web structures bonded together by entangling fibre mechanically, thermally or chemically. After the exposure of weather and sunlight, and once the PP fabric mixes with the soil, it will be bio-degraded into tiny atom and back to the nature.

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Natural Fibre (Karung Goni)

It is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fibre, which is 100% bio-degradable – mixes with soil and breaks down. The natural fibre has low pesticide and fertiliser needs.


Cotton Cloth

Cotton is a soft natural fibre obtained from the seed pod of the cotton plant.

packaging paper texture


Paper bags are more appropriate for a more fancy design and finishing, but won’t last for very long.



This selection of materials such as Dinier, Ripstock and Dolby is used for a heavy duty purpose because of the strength of the fabrics.