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July 24th, 2007

Pooghe Laundry Selects SmartSilver™ For Underwear

Abstract:
Milwaukee-based Pooghe Laundry, a manufacturer of casual cotton apparel, has selected State College, Pa.-based NanoHorizons™ Inc.'s SmartSilver™ anti-odor/antimicrobial nanotechnology for incorporation into its new line of casual cotton underwear. SmartSilver is integrated into natural and man-made fibers and fabrics to provide these properties without affecting comfort and hand.

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