For obvious reasons, this space is most focused on our bleached cotton and the applications and products that it’s used in. But what you might not know is that Barnhardt Natural Fibers Group is comprised of other important business units, ones that also utilize the bleached and purified cotton produced by our two cotton bleaching […]
Here we talk a lot about the different applications for bleached cotton, and one of those uses is in hard surface wipes. However, one application that often gets overlooked is something extremely similar: wet wipes for personal care.
Trust. For adult incontinence products, it simply has to start with that word. And no fiber is trusted more by consumers than bleached (purified) cotton. According to this 2012 article on healthcentral.com, there are consumer-driven numbers that back up this obvious preference.
It would certainly be nice if cotton came to us purified. Unfortunately, that’s simply not a reality. Freshly picked cotton has roughly 650,000 colony-forming units (CFUs) within it; this means natural cotton, straight from the field, is filled with molds, fungi, bacteria, etc. It has to be purified.
Here at Barnhardt Bleached Cotton we’re excited to announce our new Bleached Cotton website. Today, the site—along with our new blog—has gone live, and we couldn’t be prouder about it. As the leading producer of all grades of bleached cotton fiber, we have put our extensive knowledge of cotton into the new website.