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June 28th, 2007
Barge scoured the Internet and did a lot of research on fabrics that utilize nanotechnology in the treatments that are applied to them.
The key to her panties, Barge says, is a fabric protector infused in the material that acts as a moisture barrier that can't be worn or washed off.
"I'm not making T-shirts,'' Barge says. "This is not a simple piece of apparel.''
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