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Published on Monday, 02 March 2015

Filippa K uses fluorocarbon-free fabrics

Written by John Mowbray

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STOCKHOLM  Filippa K has become the first fashion brand to incorporate fabrics treated by OrganoClick's water-repellent technology which is said to be biodegradable and fluorocarbon-free. OrganoClick worked with Taiwanese textile manufacturer Chang-Ho Fibre to develop 'Organo-Tex', a fluorocarbon-free technology which uses plant-based catalysts and organic polymers that are highly water repellent yet biodegradable.


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