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The iRepel Chef’s Shirt Uses Science to Keep Stains and Spills at Bay [Stuff We Like]

The iRepel Chef’s Shirt Uses Science to Keep Stains and Spills at Bay [Stuff We Like]

By Gawker.com | Posted - Dec. 15, 2011 at 1:10 p.m.



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If the kitchen is your domain and you'll be the mastermind behind the holiday meals this year, iRepel's chef's gear will keep you clean in even the messiest of kitchens. If a home cook who loves trying new dishes is on your shopping list this year, they'll appreciate a chef's shirt or apron that rinses off cleanly when the pasta sauce bubbles up a bit too much, or the blender lid isn't on tight enough. All of their shirts and aprons use advanced textiles coated with hydrophobic "nanospheres" to keep any liquids or spills out of the cloth fibers and on the surface, where they can be rinsed away. More Read More ...

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