Sisal semi-finished products are made from sisal straw growing in the Philippines. They are in demand because of the very fine bond that weaves into the cross to create a uniform look.
Sisal straw is usually woven by hand into the shape of a hat blank. It is then shaped, painted, finished with an edge and decorated into the final shape, form.
It excels in softness and lightness. During production, it is easily woven twice to make it strong and look uniform.
The sisal straw used in the production of hats and fascinators is 100% natural. It can be used indefinitely, so natural straw, as a material, can therefore be understood as a natural renewable resource.
Maintenance and handling of the straw product
As you probably know, straw is a fragile material, so it is necessary to treat the hat or hair ornament so that the material is not stressed. Each stronger repeated pressing of the straw can lead to breaking of the stalks.
Do not expose the straw hat or hair ornament to excessive moisture. At high humidity, they lose their original shape.
Cannot be cleaned.