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Odor in textiles: A review of evaluation methods, fabric characteristics, and odor control technologiesDownload
During use, textile items can develop unpleasant odors that arise from many different sources, both internal and external to the human body. Laundering is not always effective at removing odors, with odor potentially building up over time, due to incomplete removal of soils and odorous compounds,...
Retention and release of odorants in cotton and polyester fabrics following multiple soil/wash proceduresDownload
Odorous clothing can be an annoying and unpleasant problem particularly when odorants are not effectively removed via laundering. Cotton and polyester knit fabrics were soiled with three selected odorants, representing different polarities and lipophilicities (i.e. octanoic acid, 2-nonenal,...