Last Updated on December 27, 2013 by New-Startups Team
Do you spill things on yourself all the time? Or are you a parent and your kids think your t-shirt is their personal napkin. Then you need to put on a couple of these Silic t-shirts.
The “self-cleaning” shirts are made with hydrophobic nanotechnology and have already surpassed its Kickstarter goal by seven times. The shirt is made with a polyester fabric that is then layered with billions of silica particles, which make sure no stain will ever be present on you ever again.
This year we saw the invention of NeverWet that provided a similar solution with a “super hydrophobic” coating that completely repels water and heavy oils. The Silic shirts claim to be much more chemically friendly then NeverWet and resists stains from many types of substances, such as sodas, ketchup and other sauces. The shirts keep their stain resiliency for up to 80 washing cycles.
You can still grab yours on Kickstarter for $48.