Sisal

Sisal is a natural fibre derived from the leaves of the Agave sisalana plant, primarily grown in East Africa and Mexico.

Known for its strength, durability, and resistance to deterioration in saltwater, sisal is commonly used in the production of rope, twine, carpets, and handicrafts. The fibres are extracted by crushing the leaves and then sun-dried before being processed into various products.

Sisal's tough and coarse texture makes it ideal for applications where sturdiness and longevity are essential, making it a versatile and sustainable material for a wide range of uses.

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