Uses of Jute | Application of Jute Products with Images

Last Updated on 08/01/2021

Uses of Jute | Application of Jute Products

Md. Reazul Islam
B. Sc in Textile Engineering
Daffodil International University


Jute is the second most important vegetable fiber next to cotton. Jute is used chiefly to make cloth for wrapping bales of raw cotton, and to make sacks and coarse cloth. The fibers are also woven into curtains, chair coverings, carpets, area rugs, hessian cloth, and backing for linoleum.

While jute is being replaced by synthetic materials in many of these uses, some uses take advantage of jute’s biodegradable nature, where synthetics would be unsuitable. Examples of such uses include containers for planting young trees, which can be planted directly with the container without disturbing the roots, and land restoration where jute cloth prevents erosion occurring while natural vegetation becomes established.

Jute made products
Fig: Jute made products
Jute Rope
Fig: Jute Rope

Different Applications of Jute Products:

Jute Fabrics
Jute is a natural, long and soft vegetable fiber with golden silky shine, also termed as “ The Golden Fiber ”. It can be spun into coarse and strong threads. This fabric is also known as hessian and burlap. The very fine threads of jute can be separated out and made into an imitation silk.

India is one of the largest producer of jute in the world. The prime goods woven of jute in India were coarse packaging materials, farmer market bags, grocery bags, shopping bags and floor mats, ropes and twines. Being among the strong and durable fabric, jute fabric is ideally being used as bags or sacks for packing since aging. The jute fabric is much soughed item for fashionable clothes, home furnishing and fashion accessories. The most important use of the jute fabric is in the manufacturing of carpets, linoleum, cordage and twines. It is sometimes used as webbing to cover inner springs of the auto seats. Sometimes used as fashion accessory used for fashion garments, tapestries, soft luggage, etc.

Jute Fabrics
Fig: Jute Fabrics

Jute Furniture
Besides piece of furniture made from other popular wood types, Jute furniture is also favored by consumers all around the world. The furniture made from Jute doesn’t only look good, but can also enhance the area of your living room or drawing room. Jute made furniture has a number of striking features. This makes it a perfect choice for making long-lasting and hard-wearing furniture. Jute furniture is natural, captivating and highly stylish and is acquirable all over, in a number of various designs as well as styles. Today, there many renowned manufacturers, suppliers and exporters of Jute furniture across the globe. Also, nowadays, there are various Marketing Agents and wholesale & retail stores from where various exclusive range of Jute furniture can be easily availed by the customers.

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Today most of the wholesale suppliers, manufacturers and exporters of jute made furniture provide a complete range of Jute furniture, which covers:

  1. Jute Chairs, Stools & Tables
  2. Jute Lounge Chairs
  3. Jute Beds
  4. Jute Sofa Sets
  5. Jute chair & table
  6. Jute Office Furniture
  7. Jute Hotel Furniture
  8. Jute Room Divider
  9. Jute Cafeteria Chairs & Tables
  10. Jute Mattress
  11. Portable Jute Bed
  12. Jute Hammocks & Hanging Chairs
  13. Jute Shoe Rack
  14. Jute Multipurpose Racks, and so on…
Jute chair & table
Fig: Jute chair & table

On top of all that, such furniture can also stay longer without any heavy maintenance or cleaning. Even without any added chemical substance, Jute has the quality to be very immune against water damage and, unlike other materials; there is no point forming into any sort of rust. It is very easy to clean and will rarely need any additional care in order to keep it safe. While this makes Jute furniture perfect for outdoor surroundings such as your backyard or terrace, it also gives a beautiful touch to any area you are looking to beautify within your home or cottage. Furniture made from jute is less expensive, and is pleasing to the eye and durable and can incorporate new designs. Normally middle class and low-income groups of people can easily use Jute made furniture. Therefore, the demand for such furniture is increasing rapidly in the global market.

Jute Furniture

Jute Furniture
Fig: Jute Furniture

Jute cloth
Jute cloth made by 100% jute fiber, laminated jute cloth, jute hessian fabric, rough jute products, hessian cloth, sackcloth, for pack. Anji Qingyun jute cloth made by 100% jute fiber, 100% jute natural products, laminated jute cloth, laminated jute fabric. The jute fabric is getting popular in nowadays. The fabric also could be dyed, colored, printed, embroidered, bleached, printed, soft, PE coated, etc…

Characteristic: Environmental, economical, slub, rough, eco-friendly, Moisture-Absorbent.

Jute cloths
Fig: Jute cloths

Jute shoes

Jute shoes
Fig: Jute shoes

Other Uses
Diversified byproducts from jute can be used in cosmetics, medicine, paints, and other products.

Jute cosmetics
Fig: Jute cosmetics
Jute phone cover
Jute phone cover

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