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Essay heading: Non Stinking Wear
 
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Date added: August 16, 2004
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The fibres move heat away from hot spots, such as under the arms, to other parts of the garment. The silver-integrated fabric also had anti-microbial properties. The silver ions stab the cell wall of the bacteria and 'electrocute' the bacteria naturally. Kill the bacteria, eliminate the odour. Clothes can retain their stink control quality even after 100 of the washes...
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The fibres move heat away from hot spots, such as under the arms, to other parts of the garment. The silver-integrated fabric also had anti-microbial properties. The silver ions stab the cell wall of the bacteria and 'electrocute' the bacteria naturally. Kill the bacteria, eliminate the odour. Clothes can retain their stink control quality even after 100 of the washes...
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