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Why Choose Bamboo Kitchen Paper?

Why Choose Bamboo Kitchen Paper?


Did you know what are the difference between ordinary kitchen paper and bamboo kitchen paper?

Many people would say, the bamboo is a difference. That’s correct, but more than that. 

The Damages Caused by Ordinary Paper 


According to data provided by Euromonitor International, a market research company, in 2017, the global consumption of household tissues (excluding office space and public toilets) totaled 12 billion U.S. dollars, and consumption in the United States accounted for 5.7 billion of them. In other words, the consumption of tissues in the United States is close to the sum of all other countries in the world.

According to the data of the US Environmental Protection Agency, in 2015, the US produced 7.4 billion pounds of paper towels and other paper waste. Seung-Jin Lee, an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan, Flint. His research direction is the environmental impact of tissues. He said that in addition to the water and trees needed to make paper towels, as well as the fuel consumed in the production and dissemination process, the final recycling of paper towels to the landfill will also become a "huge problem" for the environment.

The Advantages of Bamboo Fiber 

Growing Speed 

Bamboo is the fastest growing plants in the world. Its growing speed is 30 times faster than trees, making it the most sustainable products on the market. Bamboo is not only our resource, but also our solution.

Growing Condition 

As a herbaceous plant, bamboo can be regenerated from the roots to grow continuously, without fertilization and repeated planting.

Fiber Structure 

The bamboo fibers are rounder and longer, making our kitchen paper smoother and stronger. This means that our paper is not only more environmentally friendly but also of better quality. 

Bamboo Quinone 

Bamboo has a unique substance--"bamboo quinone", which is natural antibacterial and hypoallergenic. 

Absorb and Release Capacity 

The most important point is that bamboo can release 30% more oxygen than trees and absorb 35% carbon dioxide than trees during its growth process.

ECO BOOM Bamboo Kitchen Paper 

100% biodegradable with 0% Plastic 

ECO BOOM bamboo kitchen paper is a 0% plastic product from inside to the outside. The paper roll is made of 100% FSC certificated bamboo fiber which is 100% biodegradable and is stronger and softer comparing to regular paper products. It is hard to tear when touches water. Even the core inside is made of 100% bamboo. The inside individual packing is paper wrap and the outer packing is paper carton and paper tape. Therefore, it’s a total 0% plastic product from inside to the outside.

Smoother and Stronger 

ECO BOOM bamboo kitchen paper is actually thicker, softer and more absorbent than your normal tissue paper. It is also sturdier and more absorbent, as it is required to soak up water and manage other kitchen work with finesse.

Natural Color 

ECO BOOM bamboo kitchen paper is natural color without bleaching which can avoid element chlorine being poured into the ocean during the bleaching process. It's our effort to protect the blue ocean.

Individual Packing 

ECO BOOM bamboo kitchen paper roll is with individual paper wrap which is 100% recyclable, which makes it ideal for environmental enthusiasts. We also have many stylish multiple designs for you to choose.

No Harmful Chemicals 

ECO BOOM bamboo kitchen paper is no chlorine, pesticides, B.P.A. and fragrances, which is safe to use as a food contact surface.

The Usage Scenario of Bamboo Kitchen Paper 


Clean Oil and Kitchen 

Kitchen paper is mainly to clean oil and clean the kitchen, that's no doubt.

Safe to Wipe or Wrap Food 

For hygiene sake and even comfort, choose kitchen paper made from 100 percent virgin fibre: Safe enough to store food as well. Good quality kitchen paper also don't have brightening or softening agents that are loaded with synthetic chemicals and are bad for your health as well as the environment. 

Store Veggies and Herbs 

Did you know that fruits and veggies cut and stored in the refrigerator rapidly lose vitamins A, C and E? So store them whole. Wrap greens such as coriander leaves, spinach and fresh herbs in paper towels: They hold moisture to maintain humidity levels and prevent dampness, hence preventing wastage of precious nutrients.

Protect Cast Iron Cookware 

We love our cast iron pans and yes they do need some special care. Bring in your kitchen paper towel! Post cooking, wipe the cookware clean with these towels to remove every bit of hidden oil, so as to reduce the risk of rusting.

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