Which is better, long-staple cotton or Egyptian cotton?


Long-staple cotton is any cotton with fibers from 1 1/8" to 2 1/2" long. Outstanding types of this cotton are Pima, Egyptian, and Sea Island cotton. Egyptian cotton is a type of long-staple cotton, which is largely grown in the Nile River Valley. Sea Island cotton is a long-staple cotton grown in the Sea Islands, which are off the southern coast of Georgia, the Carolinas, and the Carribean. Pima cotton is a long-staple cotton grown in the southwest region of the United States

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