Raw cotton waste is obtained from cotton when it undergoes different spinning process. Cotton is the raw material for many textile industries. None of the product is considered to be a waste in cotton. Each and every by-product is used for various purposes. Cotton has its own versatility, performance and naturally comfort. It’s used to make all kinds of clothes as well as for industrial materials like tarpaulins, tents and army uniforms. They can be woven or knitted into fabrics such as velvet, corduroy, chambray, velour, jersey and flannel.
Raw cotton waste can also be recycled into valued products and used. In addition it can be used in the making of underwear, socks and t-shirts, for also fishnets, coffee filters and book binding. Raw Cotton is blended with linen for light weight, wrinkle resistant clothes. After the ginning process the short fibers from the cottonseeds are called linters which are also used for bandages, swabs, bank notes and cotton buds. The waste product contains high fiber and protein which are sometimes used as supplements for calves and lactating cattle’s. Raw Cotton is blended with linen for light weight, wrinkle resistant clothes.