About Bamboo


Bamboo is a wonderful, natural and renewable resource. It is capable of rapid growth which can avoid future deforestation. The mere fact that they are very easy to grow, bamboo is seen as one of the finest materials that we can use in creating an eco-friendly and sustainable product that won’t cause serious harm to our environment unlike those that are made of plastic materials.

Since bamboo is 100% natural, it goes back to nature through the process of decomposition quickly. Bamboo has a lot of amazing benefits as compared to plastic, rubber or other man-made materials used in production.

  • Biodegradable
  • Easy to grow
  • Protects soil structure and keep them intact
  • It has antibacterial properties With antifungal effects
  • Less years to wait before they grow. It only takes 3-5 years.
  • Absorbs carbon dioxide
  • Produces 35% more oxygen compared with other plants
  • Sturdy and sustainable

Using bamboo is not only overall environmentally friendly, it is also one of the strongest materials on the planet. Bamboo has a strong, natural fibre that has shown to be superior to similar materials like wood. Although it is strong and sturdy, it is very flexible and doesn’t break easily when flexed.

Given the fact that bamboo is one of the best eco-friendly materials to use in the production of various products, we have selected some of the best eco-friendly bamboo products that we highly recommend below.


The sun will absorb the natural oils and bleach it to a whitish colour. After a period of time the sun and rain’s constant weathering will start turning the Bamboo to a silvery-grey colour, similar to timber when it is left outside.

Bamboo doesn’t rot – this only happens when it is planted in the ground. Cracking sometimes occurs especially during sudden hot spells when the air inside the culm heats up to equal the outside pressure. This is a natural characteristic and does not affect the strength or integrity of Bamboo.

Exposure to constant water encourages the growth of mould and fungus on the Bamboo culm, but these can be washed off with a stiff brush and hose if required. Weathered Bamboo becomes more porous, enabling oil, paint or stain to penetrate. This does not happen when the Bamboo is new. Regular maintenance by simply rubbing an oily cloth of 50% linseed oil and 50% turpentine extends the life of Bamboo indefinitely.