Waterproof & Stainless Nanotech Shirts

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The fabric has a nanotechnology bonded to the fibers on the microscopic level. Most liquid molecules will not be able to touch the fabric because of a microscopic layer of air that forms between the liquid and fabric. This is because the fabric is layered with billions of silica particles. Water based liquids will form a 150 degree sphere and roll right off.

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  1. Navwop
    Navwop Aug 16, 2014

    I read about this technology about 5 years ago. Of course it was in it's infancy of production. They aid it would be more exspenivebut you'd never have to wash it and you would also need less clothes in your wardrobe. Tey are working on a nano material that you would keep in a sink. They mlitude of these nano bateria eatig machines would keep your dishes clean by simply dropping them ihe solution and out they will come sparkling clean. Just don't pull the drain plug becausethis liquid will cost bundle.

  2. Navwop
    Navwop Aug 16, 2016

    The material I read some time ago was somehow integrated with a specified bacteria whose functionality was to actually survive by consuming bacteria and dirt. As far as excretion of a by product it would either be excreted as a element and shed simply by walking or allowing a airflow to eliminate the by product. Or as in a spider it would simply have no excretory system. They simply molt a new shell and the old one falls off. This would eat the bacteria from perspiration and any other entities maintaining a shirt that would never require washing. I am pretty sure they have such a material but have it under the lid because of other interphasings which you could incorporate working at that scale. One example, it could be blue toothed to change colors and even exhibit patterns. The cost would be prohibitive until enough caught on and supply would meet or exceed demand lowering cost.

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