Buffalo plaid curtain ‘truly one of a kind’
Updated October 23, 2018 04:20:48 A new type of plaid bedding designed to protect you from dust and other airborne particles has been unveiled by the Australian Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.
The “Buffalo plox” bedding is a multi-layered sheet of cloth made from cotton thread and woven in a decorative pattern to create a natural look.
The design is unique to Australia and comes in a range of colours and shapes, including a range with a plaid pattern.
It is available in both soft and hard plaid, and the soft version has a “puffy” feel that creates a softer look.
“It’s a very unique product for us,” Agriculture Minister Nigel Scullion said.
“I’ve heard that some people say, ‘Well, it’s just like wool, it doesn’t have that much durability’ but we’re pretty sure that’s not the case.”
The department has developed a manufacturing process that creates the “Buffalos” sheets.
It starts with the cloth being soaked in a solution of chemicals to remove dirt and dust, then washed and dried before being woven into the sheets.
The final product is a fabric that is woven into a shape that will protect you against dust and dirt particles.
“The Buffalo plox has a lot of potential,” Mr Scullions told ABC Radio National.
“We have a lot more potential here than just a simple, inexpensive material.”
A look at the Buffalo plaxes available to purchase, and a look at what they are made of.
The department also released a range that has been created using “superwash” textile, a process that removes dirt and grime from the textile to create an ultra-soft, silky fabric.
The Buffalo plux fabric is made from 100 per cent polyester, which means it can be washed and dry within a few hours.
It can also be washed or dried in the sun.
The fabric can be made from wool, wool blends or cotton.
The new bedding was created using the superwash textile.
It has been developed by the department’s Polyurethane Process.
“This is an incredible piece of material and has a great potential to be used in a variety of applications,” Mr Scott said.