Sisal fibres are natural fibres extracted from the leaves of the sisal plant, a type of agave native to Mexico and Central America, however, our fibres are cultivated in India. Sisal fibres are strong, coarse, and durable, making them ideal for rope, twine, and other cordage products. Sisal fibres are also used for paper, cloth, footwear, hats, bags, carpets, geotextiles, and dartboards, as well as fibre reinforcements for composite materials. Sisal fibres are biodegradable, renewable, and environmentally friendly, as they require no pesticides or chemical fertilizers to grow. Sisal fibres are available in various grades, lengths, and colors, depending on the processing and dyeing methods
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