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NanoSphere to the rescue of wool & silk from stains
15
Sep '09
We're all familiar with the scenario - a moment of distraction and the damage is done: salad dressing splashes onto the silk tie and it has to be sent for dry cleaning. During a flight, the coffee cup tips its contents over the fine wool suit and there is no time to change before that important business meeting.

Thanks to NanoSphere, embarrassing moments of this kind happen less often because, due to the nanostructure, the invisible protection is now also available for wool and silk. Due to the clever self-cleaning effect, most substances simply run off the chic suit, shirt, tie or casual jacket. Even ketchup and honey can be removed quite simply. Equally practical: Due to the extremely high level of water repellence, high-quality woolen coats or loden jackets are also protected from moisture and dirt.

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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