USA: DuPont And Dyersburg Launch Stain Release Product
Dyersburg is to expand its Presidio career apparel line with a new DuPont Teflon stain release product.The product has been designed for cotton and cotton blends and removes difficult stains during laundering, while promoting the natural wickability and comfort of cotton. It features hydrophilic properties that allow the fabric to breathe and transport moisture away from the skin, leaving the body dry and cool.Dyersburg's Presidio fabrics have been designed to withstand grease, grime, sunlight, sweat, abrasion, coffee, soda and food, as well as the rigours of industrial laundering. DuPont Teflon fabric protector is currently used by well-known brands and designer collections such as Hugo Boss, Prada, Ralph Lauren, and Nautica.
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