world war ii offers solution for eliminating body odour - super absorbent material

by:Demi     2019-08-21
world war ii offers solution for eliminating body odour  -  super absorbent material
British inventor Steve Rawlins and his son
Absorbing Materials for World War II gas masks and chemical warfare are suitable for-
Bo clothing patch.
A secret ingredient used during World War II may be a solution to eliminate body odors.
As a key component of the gas mask, it absorbs some of the most toxic substances known to humans.
British inventor Steve Rawlins and his son
Absorbing Materials for World War II gas masks and chemical warfare are suitable for-
Bo clothing patch. The tea bag-
The size of the Odegon patch "eliminates, utilizes, and stores" The molecules that cause the unpleasant smell of sweat.
Patches are as long as clothes.
You can iron them or sew them in and forget about them.
"I think it can definitely stop the body smell if it can stop the sarin and mustard gas as well as all the other horrible ones.
"I think this material will be easy to deal with BO if it meets the requirements of chemical, biological, radioactive and nuclear litigation," Rawling was quoted as saying . ".
However, its composition is a closely guarded secret. All-
Day travelers or people who are sensitive to deodorant and deodorant
People who sweat will find them particularly helpful.
However, the label does not absorb the liquid composition of sweat.
These patches are also hard to remove from the inside of the garment, so those who just want to try should attach them by sewing instead of ironing.
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