University student creates T Shirt that can resist any stain & is resistant to water (LOOK)

by Rachel Ogbu


Forget Lekki’s colourful water that over time compulsory dyes your clothes a different colour. Forget clumsy moments and bad days when stains are unavoidable. Even if you are just plain too lazy to wash, a new invention is here to thee rescue.

University student Patel from San Francisco has invented the Silic shirt that can resist any spills and splashes including Coca-Cola, tomato ketchup, mustard,  milkshakes, beer, ink and even red wine.

According to reports,  the clothing is made from  polyester, which has been infused with a combination of chemicals that make it  resistant to water but it feels exactly like a t shirt. After testing his method, the business student  created a page about the invention, named Silic, on crowdfunding website Kickstarter.


The material in the Silic shirt has billions  of silica particles bonded to the fibres on a microscopic level.

This means they won’t irritate the skin.

When water-based liquids hit the surface of  this material they form a 150-degree sphere and roll off.

According to Patel’s Kickstarter page, there  are certain steps wearers have to take to make sure the T-shirts stays  waterproof.

These include not using fabric softener in a  machine wash, no bleaching or washing with colours and no ironing.

Patel also advises wearers not to dry clean  the shirt.

To reactivate the water repellency,  the  T-shirt must also be put through a tumble dryer on a low heat at  least once  every three washes.

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