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Huntsman Textile Effects introduces DuPont Capstone products for textiles
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Mar '09
DuPont Capstone products will be sold by Huntsman under the designation OLEOPHOBOL CP. Based on short-chain chemistry, these products provide a step-change reduction in trace impurities below the limit of detection, offering the same or better performance than their predecessors without compromising fluorine efficiency.

The initial product offering from Huntsman includes a stain release (OLEOPHOBOL CP-R) and a synthetic oil and water repellent (OLEOPHOBOL CP-S). The stain release is suitable for cotton, synthetics and blends and eases the removal of both water- and oil-based stains during laundering.

The stain repellent is ideal for synthetic fibers and their blends and enables spills to be blotted up quickly with a dry, absorbent cloth.

OLEOPHOBOL CP will work in mills similar to traditional products and deliver the familiar high performance without an increase in product use rate. Fabrics remain breathable and comfortable during wear and exhibit excellent durability to laundering.

The OLEOPHOBOL CP products offer a considerable improvement in sustainability while continuing a long tradition of quality performance products—meeting real world challenges, day after day, wash after wash!

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