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    The Cork Blog

    How to perfectly clean your cork products?

    How to perfectly clean your cork products?

    A Product, whether it’s a wallet, backpack or any accessory that we use, is ultimately a part of us. We use them to store our belongings, trusting them with our most essential objects. However, over time and use, these products are prone to become dirty and dull

    Product hygiene is very important and luckily our cork products are washable (by hand). Follow our simple and quick guide to keep your vegan products clean.

      • STEP 1: Use a mild soap or detergent.

      • STEP 2: Make a soap water solution.

      • STEP 3: Take a baby wipe/ tissue/ muslin, dip it in the solution and wipe it smoothly on your cork product, until the dirt particles get removed.

    • STEP 4:  Gently wipe your product with a dry cloth/ tissue to remove out the excess water solution.

    Note*: make sure you take out all the objects kept inside your product before cleaning

    Here's a small tutorial video to show you how we usually clean them:

    Your One Stop Vegan Workspace Set Up

    Your One Stop Vegan Workspace Set Up

    Hey there! Our fellow vegan friend. The global pandemic has changed the general way of work, blurring what was already a hazy divide between work and life. The current scenario is either “having to work from home” or “returning back to the office after a long break”. To have control over day-to-day activities, including the ability to prioritize the aspects of work, one requires a peaceful work atmosphere.

    Some are taking very different approaches to maintain their worker-friendly reputation, but a refreshing theme for a workspace set up is the new essential. 
     

    We at MB cork have curated a set of products for you to have a pleasant day at work. These vegan, eco-friendly cork products are sure to bring a bright side to a hectic/ serious day.

    The Magic of Nature’s Design

    The Magic of Nature’s Design

    Nature has a remarkable way of finding balance. It focuses not only on beauty but also in giving life. Our products, an extension of nature, are incredible in the manner that they will work their way constantly to keep you happy without causing harm to the ecological system. 

    This year has been a moment in time when we all had to take a pause, holding in our vision, and wait for the miraculous ability of nature to heal. Reawakening to the truth that we are a part of nature, and her systems. We too as a collective are made up of many individuals who can heal for our evolution because her healing and ours are intimately intertwined

    We at MB Cork, purely believe in “contributing to goodness”. We see the possibility and we choose to bring it to you.

    5 Facts About Cork

    5 Facts About Cork

    The cork oak, Quercus Sober, is a very special type of tree that grows on the Mediterranean woodlands and the North of Africa. Portugal alone accounts for 33% of the world cork oak forest, the Dehesa, or in Portuguese, Montado.
    1. Cork Can Be Harvested Every 9 Years
    What makes this tree so special is the ability to continue alive and healthy after it’s bark is peeled off. Cork can be harvested since the tree turns 25 years old and has a diameter of 70 centimeters. After that, the bark can be harvested every 9 years.
    2. Harvesting Cork Helps The Tree Absorb More CO2
    Harvesting cork not only doesn’t harm the tree, it’s actually good for them as it also enhances the ability to absorb carbon dioxide. The seven million acres of cork forest around the Mediterranean offset 20 million tons of CO2 each year.
    3. The Oldest Cork Tree Was Planted In 1783
    The oldest cork tree was planted in 1783. Is called “The Whistler Tree” is located in Alentejo, Portugal, and stands over 14 meters high with 4.5 meters of diameter. Its cork has been harvested more than 20 times over the years.
    4. Cork Is Been Used Since 3000 B.C.
    The cork from the oak tree has been used for quite some time. There are reports of its use to make fishing accessories in 3000 B.C. in Egypt, China, and Persia. The ancient Greeks also knew about the importance of the cork oak, as this tree was a symbol of freedom and honor and could only cut off by priests.
    5. The Cork Oak is Considered National Patrimony In Portugal
    In Portugal nowadays nobody can cut off this tree, as from 2011 it was considered National Patrimony by the Portuguese Republic. This means that you can risk sometime in jail if you decided to cut off cork oak in Portuguese soil.

    The Coconut Collection

    The Coconut Collection

    We've tried to make something using another material that's not Cork. We've decided to go tropical.
    The coconut shell usually has the biological function of protecting the fruit and after it's used, it goes to waste. So we tought, "Why not make bags, purses and wallets with these?". And so we did.
    This handmade special collection is limited and there's more than 15 styles from you to choose from. So grab yours so you can feel exotic anywhere.