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Stain Protection Methods in Performance Apparel Sector Reviewed by Textiles Intelligence in Its New Topical Study Available at MarketPublishers.com

23 Aug 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Stain protection is one of the major functional features of performance apparel, especially industrial workwear and medical clothing, where it is extremely important to prevent spills that could possibly cause harm. Still, stain resistance is important and in-demand for everyday wear, too.

Stain repellent treatments help to minimise the need to launder and dry clean garments. Furthermore, a combination of stain resistance, anti-odour and wrinkle resistance treatments assists in keeping clothes looking fresher for longer time.

However, some stain repellent treatments are based on fluorocarbons. During the fluorocarbons manufacturing process some harmful chemicals could be generated; these chemicals may have adverse effects on human health and environment. This has encouraged companies to make investments in innovation and development of environmentally-friendly treatments.

New topical research publication “Stain Protection in Performance Apparel: Striking a Balance Between Functionality and Sustainability” prepared by Textiles Intelligence Ltd offers access to reliable info on stain repellent treatments and the major properties of stain repellent materials, features the key benefits of stain protection, describes the existing methods to achieve stain repellency, highlights technologies and materials used to achieve stain resistance in textiles. Besides, this report examines the key applications of stain repellent clothing, covers the recent developments of stain protection technologies and provides a comprehensive future outlook for the stain protection market.

For other in-demand research reports by this company follow to Textiles Intelligence page at MarketPublishers.com.


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