WHAT WE DO WE SUPPLY TREATMENTS FOR THE DIFFERENT MATERIALS IN THE PRODUCTS. WE DO NOT MANUFACTURE FABRICS OR PRODUCTS
Our treatments make sure garments, footwear, gear and textiles stay fresh and last longer.
Currently, we work with two main technologies. One inhibits bacterial growth, and with that there will be nobody type odors. The other absorbs and “crunches” odors that come from the outside.
BEYOND THE TECHNOLOGY. we are a brand rather than a technology company. We want it to be recognized, understood and valued by the ones using the treated product. And therefore, we supply hangtags and labels so the wearer understands why this product stays fresh and can be washed less.
As our brand is understood and valued by more users, we can change washing and disposal habits, and really reduce the environmental impact of a product. As a result, this will both raise the brand value of our partner and increase their sales.
AND OF COURSE,
WE ARE ALSO THERE FOR OUR PARTNERS
When our partners decide to work with us, we ensure the treatments work as they should. Not just from the functional side. We also ensure we use just the right amount of treatment, that we fit our partner’s production method, and that we try to do the application at the same time as other steps in the production process, all to avoid adding water or energy to the process.
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So, while you could on one hand see us doing something very focused and specific, odor control treatments, we are at the same time doing something much bigger: changing the way people view clothes.
Our aim is to have a sustainable approach on everything we do – during production, by challenging the care habits of garments, and how we act when doing business in general.
More on how we work to comply with the:
UN Sustainable Development Goals
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