Nanotechnology’s big potential in clothing
By just-style.com | 10 October 2005
If you're in the apparel industry, you've likely heard the term "nanotechnology" and its claims to revolutionise the marketplace writes Stacy Baker. It's being used to impart characteristics onto fabrics such as stain, water and oil-resistant finishes - and what's more, the added value doesn't come at a hefty price.
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