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September 15th, 2009

NanoSphere to the rescue of wool & silk from stains

Abstract:
The textile technology based on modern nanotechnology not only gets top marks for self-cleaning, oil and water repellence and high abrasion resistance but, thanks to the most modern C6 fluorocarbon technology, NanoSphere is also free of PFOA and PFOS compounds. This is why the repeatedly award-winning textile technology is the best choice when it comes to function, ecology and sustainability.

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