SINGAPORE: Company Develops Sweat Free Clothes
A new factory in Tuas, Singapore said it is to develop cotton clothes that don't retain sweat through a patented process developed by Nextec Applications, a US-based company. The process coats fibres of cotton and other fabrics with a thin water-resistant plastic film. Cloth made from the treated fibres will not get wet or stained because of tiny holes that let air and sweat vapour pass through.
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