· Fresh soybean hulls - also known as the outer seed coat.
· Hemp strands & seacell strands.
Take a bunch of fresh hulls from soybean processing - these outer seeds are often discarded during soy production.
Leave the organic soybean hulls unprocessed, no chemicals, dyes or bleaches should be added.
Gather together the fresh soybean hulls and press them to remove all the oil, after this process you will be left with a creamy white powder.
Mix this powder with a solvent and blend until it turns into a thick viscose liquid - you know you are done when the liquid takes on the form of thick honey.
Pour this thick, honey-like liquid into a spinneret, a lot like a pasta machine. Then press the liquid through the spinneret, forming long strands.
Mix these soy strands with eco-friendly hemp strands for crunch and seacell strands for softness and knit them together to form a fully biodegradable fabric.
Take a closer peek at
the SoyFibe™ T-shirt.