Sciessent Textile Blog

LAVA XL™ Becomes First ECO PASSPORT  by OEKO-TEX® Certified Product in U.S.

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Sciessent today announced that Lava XL, a next generation odor control technology, has been awarded the ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® certification. OEKO-TEX® sets standards and evaluates products for potentially harmful substances.

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Topics: Apparel, odor adsorber, Textile finish, ECO PASSPORT, Sustainability

Evaluating and Choosing Odor Control for Apparel

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As odor control in textiles and apparel continues to gain steam, more and more brands are looking to understand how to best evaluate and choose the right technology. With a few different options on the market, there are a few steps that we suggest taking before looking at different technologies.

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Topics: odor adsorber, odor control, odor test methods

Marketing Odor Control In Your Products

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Recently, we wrote about the “7 Questions Every Apparel Brand Should Ask When Considering Odor Control For Their Product”. One important driver for incorporating an odor control solution can be marketing. More and more brands are competing to have differentiated products versus their competition in ...

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Topics: Antimicrobials, Apparel, odor adsorber, marketing

What Is The Desired Number of Washes For A Treated Garment?

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It is a question that continues to be asked throughout the industry, “what is the desired number of washes for a treated garment?” As a supplier of antimicrobial and anti-odor solutions, our answer is simple: let the brand decide.

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Topics: Antimicrobials, Apparel, odor adsorber

7 Questions Every Apparel Brand Should Ask When Considering Odor Control For Their Product

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Demand for odor control in textiles and apparel continues to grow at the consumer level. There are many questions a brand needs to ask when considering odor control for their product. One fundamental question to ask is “What type of functionality am I looking for?” It seems like a simple question, ...

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Topics: Antimicrobials, Hunting, odor adsorber