Coir Fiber is extracted from matured green and brown Coconut Husks. It is then processed into the finest fibers which go into the making of mattresses, door mats, sacks, etc. It is also used as odor absorbent
Coir Fiber is of two types – brown and white. Coir obtained from fresh green Coconut is termed as White Fiber, which is finer than the Brown Fiber. The Brown Fiber is the outcome of Seasoned Fully Matured Coconuts which lose their green color in the process.
Each of them has their own distinct types of applications. The Brown Fiber is widely used for fabrication of doormats, brushes, coir mattresses and other upholstery material whereas the White Fiber is used for making ropes, fishing nets, and other eco-friendly products.