stain-resistant

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  • Stain-resistant chemicals are built into the product, increasing its lifespan and protecting its appearance.
  • This capillary oxide film causes the complete carpet later to be more stain resistant.
  • Compared to natural fibers, many synthetic fibers are more water resistant and stain resistant.
  • The new uniforms are said to be more durable and stain resistant.
  • It is stain resistant as well, and is generally more affordable than thicker plush carpets.
  • Making kitchen knives and related products is still a major industry in Sakai, using a combination of modern machinery and traditional hand tools to make stain-resistant carbon steel blades.
  • Polyester has good physical properties and is inherently stain-resistant because it is hydrophobic, and, unlike nylon, does not have dye sites.
  • PFCs produced by 3M were used in non-stick cookware and stain-resistant fabrics.
  • From Crystal tiles of zero water absorption rate on the surface to special treated "Nano Technology" with stain resistant quality!
  • Celluloid dickeys were popular for their waterproof and stain-resistant properties.
  • Glass mortars and pestles are fragile, but stain-resistant and suitable for use with liquids.
  • For years Westinghouse sought a colorless polymer that would be stain resistant and compatible with phenolics.
  • Many composites are formulated to be fade, scratch, and stain resistant, but no lumber is immune to the elements.
  • Six multi-colored stripes, in a nylon fabric with a stain-resistant silicone finish, ran from the front seats, up the doors, onto the headliner, and down to the rear seats.
  • The floor is made of easily cleanable textured urethane; the fabric is stain-resistant; the individual rear seats recline, fold up and are removable.
  • Is never bleached or dyed and is stain resistant.
  • Depending on the fabric, other chemicals are added to make the fabric softer, wrinkle free, flame-resistant, water resistant, stain-resistant, and moth-repellent.
  • Fluorotelomers are used in "fire-fighting foams, grease-resistant food packaging, leather protectants and stain-resistant carpeting and textiles."
  • The speaker is an elongated cylinder measuring, similar in shape to a canned beverage, and weighing, It is coated in a water- and stain-resistant material and partly covered with rubber.
  • PFOA has been detected in industrial waste, stain resistant carpets, carpet cleaning liquids, house dust, microwave popcorn bags, water, food, some cookware and PTFE such as Teflon.
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