Cutely is a deodorizing material made with acrylic fiber and acetate produced with our special blending technology. Its function is added into fibers at the initial production stage instead of the finishing process so repeat wearing and washing does not affect its performance.

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Characteristics

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Excellent deodorizing effect

This single material is effective at eliminating odors from acetic acid, isovaleric acid, nonenal, and ammonia produced by perspiration and old age.

Deodorizing Effect Endurance Test: Material Washed 100 Times

Test sample: Pile fabric (Cutely 35%/ Viscose 65%)

  • Cutely deodorizing effect
    Washing the material 100 times has no impact on the deodorizing effect. It continues to demonstrate a high level of deodorizing performance.
  • Deodorizing mechanism
    Odors are adsorbed and neutralized by the porous structure and deodorizing agent inserted into the fibers.
  • Photograph of Cutely’s cross section
    This image illustrates the fiber’s cross section when component B is melted.

Multi-functional

This single material is effective at eliminating odors from acetic acid, isovaleric acid, nonenal, and ammonia produced by perspiration and old age.

  • Antimicrobial deodorant property
    Chitosan is inserted into fibers during the initial production stage to inhibit the growth of bacteria and prevent unpleasant odors.
  • Moisture-absorbing and retaining properties
    Humidity in clothes are better controlled in comparison with normal acrylic to keep clothes comfortable. This material is used in many applications such as clothing (e.g. underwear and shirts), bedding (e.g. sheets, pillow covers, and mats) and non-woven fabric (e.g. padding).


*Please be aware that due to its structure, Cutely fibrillates easily if exposed to strong friction.

Applications

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  • Underwear
  • Nursing products
  • Bedding
  • Padding
  • Interior design

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Fibers Materials Dept.
  • TEL:[+81]6-7663-8156

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