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OLEOPHOBOL CP-U enhances the life of interiors fabric
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Jun '12
Now more than ever, durability is important to manufacturers and consumers. In today’s economic environment, they expect more value and longevity from their furniture or vehicle interiors.   Recognizing these demands, the Huntsman Textile Effects and DuPont Alliance has launched yet another innovative product – OLEOPHOBOL CP-U that delivers maximum performance with minimum environmental footprint for the automotive and upholstery segments.

Gone are the days where one contends with unpredictable stains and nasty spills. Combining excellent oil, water and stain repellency with high abrasion resistance properties, liquids and spills simply roll off OLEOPHOBOL CP-U treated fabrics. The end result are fabrics that look newer and cleaner after prolonged usage, extending and enhancing the useful life of furniture and automotive interiors.

As global leaders in protection solutions, the Huntsman and DuPont alliance continues to focus on world-class science to deliver the newest technologies for fabric protection to customers. With over 200 years in the business, the alliance taps on its strength in knowing the entire process from start to finish and understanding the compatibility issues within the finishing products, whilst delivering the newest, sustainable technologies that meet the needs of the textiles industry.

OLEOPHOBOL is a registered trademark of Huntsman Corporation or an affiliate thereof in one or more, but not all, countries. 

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