Environmental protection starts with clothing interlining


As a material used to reinforce and enhance the quality of clothing, the environmental friendliness of clothing interlining has become increasingly important. KIND is also striving to achieve the best possible environmental performance for clothing interlining. Here are a few ways we are working towards this goal:


Biodegradability: Some of our interlinings are made from biodegradable materials, such as natural fibers and bio-based materials, which can degrade under natural conditions and have a lower environmental impact.

Reuse: We also promote the reuse of interlining to avoid excessive waste, reduce resource consumption, and environmental pollution. For example, we can disassemble the interlining of old clothing and reuse it in the production of new clothing.

Selection of environmentally friendly materials: Choosing environmentally friendly materials is an important step in the production of clothing interlining. KIND chooses to use renewable resources and eco-friendly materials to manufacture interlining, such as using recycled plastic bottles to make polyester fibers, to reduce environmental pollution.

Reduction of chemical substances: Some chemical substances may be used in the production of clothing interlining, such as organic solvents. KIND strives to minimize the use of chemical substances in the production process and conducts all interlining production in its own factories to reduce the environmental pollution caused by interlining production and transportation, in order to protect the environment and the health of consumers.

Extending the service life: KIND extends the service life of clothing by selecting high-quality interlining materials, using proper use and maintenance methods, and minimizing waste and environmental pollution.


KIND will continue to work towards reducing its environmental impact through other methods and achieving sustainable development goals.