Organotex: Eco-Friendly Fabric Treatment That Repels Water Like a Plant

by , 08/06/15   filed under: Eco-Textiles, Fabrictionary

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ORGANOTEX \ôrɡən ō teks\

n. 1 a: A biodegradable, breathable, and fluorocarbon-free fabric treatment that mimics a plant’s ability to repel moisture. b: Uses a system of plant-based catalysts and organic polymers to form a barrier against water droplets while remaining strongly bonded to the fabric fibers. 2: Developed by OrganoClick, a Sweden-based clean-tech company that has partnered with Taiwan’s Chang-Ho Fibre to create a range of water-repellent fabrics, including one made with recycled 7-Up plastic bottles a local Buddhist charity collected. 3: Adopted by Swedish apparel label Filippa K in its Spring 2015 collection.

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