Coconut coir fiber or known as coconut fiber or coco fiber is the outer part of the coconut which wraps the coconut shell. The thickness of coconut husk ranges from 5 – 6 cm consisting of the outer layer and the inner layer. Commonly it is used for household needs such as mats, ropes, brooms. Moreover, it is used for industrial raw materials such as car carpets, mattresses, and the dashboard of the vehicle.


The advantages of coconut coir include anti-moth, resistant to mold and rot, providing excellent insulation against temperature and sound, non-flammable, flame-retardant, not exposed to moisture and humidity, tough and durable, resilient, eyes return to constant shape even after use, totally static, easy to clean and able to hold 3 times of its weight of water.