06 Jul '18, 2pm

'Sugar coated solution for nylon textile microfibres' #Microfibres @ecotextile

is aware of new commercial textile finishes that are currently under development to significantly reduce the release of polyester microfibres during washing, but this is the first time sugars have been modified and then applied to nylon fabrics to stabilise the fabrics while they are being laundered.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2018062523569/dyes-chemicals-n...

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