Teijin's Water Absorbing Polyester Fabrics Used for Making Sportswear & Fashionable Clothing

SpecialChem - Jun 29, 2011

TOKYO, Japan -- Teijin Fibers Limited, the core company of the Teijin Group's polyester fibers business, has announced that it has developed a new stain-resistant polyester fabric that offers, for the first time in the world, both water absorption to eliminate stickiness and oil repellency to resist oil-based soiling. Polyester Fabric Absorbs Water and Repels Oil The new material, planned to be marketed as a comfortable, stain-resistant fabric for all seasons, will be used for sportswear, uniforms and fashionable clothing such as blouses, cut and sewn clothing, and slacks that require both oil repellency and sweat absorption. Teijin Fibers will begin selling the new fabric in time for spring and summer 2012...

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