Tanguis cotton was developed by a Peruvian engineer whose surname, Tanguis, gave its name to this sort of textile. The combination of seed, soil, and climate makes Tanguis cotton have a long fiber. From this variety, you get threads for weave, high-quality t-shirts, drill shirts, and pants fabrics. Tanguis cotton has a long fiber when it is processed correctly. It offers a very soft touch, has excellent absorption, and has a high dye affinity. In addition, it is a very strong and resistant cotton variety making the garments stronger and more durable.
Hanging hammock size:
Length: 2.2 m (86.6 in)
Stretched fabric size:
Length: 3.3 m (130 in)
Width: 1.4 m (55.1 in)
80% dyed tanguis cotton and 20% polyester
- Model 1: White bone with blue stripes
Model 2: Light pink with thin blue and yellow stripes
Model 3: Light pink with thin blue and white bone stripes
Model 4: Blue with thin red and yellow stripes
- To wash your hammock, tie the ropes of the hammock that are at the ends. Then, place it in the washing machine as a traditional wash.
- Do not bleach.