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Arenite Ochre

K5331/10
Recycled Chenille
Collection: Graphic Nature
11 Available Colours View All
Description

All about the texture, ARENITE is a super-soft chenille woven from recycled cotton from the fashion industry and recycled PET polyester made from waste plastic bottles. This semi-plain has a multi-coloured, twisted, recycled cotton yarn, adding depth and detail reflective of an Arenite rock formation. ARENITE is Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified, meaning the fabric is free of harmful chemicals.

The cotton used in ARENITE is recycled from fashion which prevents cotton from going to landfill, reduces demand for new cotton production and therefore reduces water consumption and carbon emissions. Recycling from fashion encourages circularity and prevents materials from going to waste.

PET recycled polyester yarns are made from waste plastic bottles. These are first cleaned and made into flakes which are blended, melted and turned into chips. The chips are then melted again, extruded and made into a fibre which is then spun into a yarn, and finally dyed and woven into fabric.

*This fabric does not conform with UK Fire Retardancy Regulations, and must not be used for upholstery in the UK unless treated with an appropriate fire retardancy treatment.

Technical Information
Composition
58% PL 42% CO
Width
140 cms (55.1 ")
Martindale
50,000 Severe Contract
Wyzenbeek
100,000
After Care
Do Not BleachConsult Specialist Dry CleanerDo Not Tumble DryCool IronDo Not Machine Or Hand Wash
Usage
Where Legislation Allows
Additional Information
46% Recycled PL, 42% Recycled CO, 12% PL
Fire Ratings
Sample Size
17cm x 13 cm
Product Information
Colour
Ochre
Design Style
Semi-plain
Fabric Type
Chenille
Environmental
Recycled yarns
Oeko-Tex 100 Certified
Reach
PFAS Free
Recycled yarnsOeko-Tex 100 CertifiedPFAS Free

View All 11 Colours

Ochre

K5331/10

Shell

K5331/02

Chalk

K5331/01

Fern

K5331/09

Natural

K5331/03

Buff

K5331/04

Hazelwood

K5331/05

Porcini

K5331/06

Blossom

K5331/11

Monochrome

K5331/07

Noir

K5331/08