GE Bayer Silicones sees good scope for textile enhancers

August 2006
Indian Textile Journal;Aug2006, Vol. 116 Issue 11, p122
The article focuses on the contributions of the application of silicones and anti-foaming agents to the textiles produced by GE Bayer Silicones. According to GE Bayer Silicones executive Kostos Spyropoulus, the products it offer is important to achieve enhancements in the textile products and thereby reach the status of premium products in the international market. Silicones offer more than just softness. Silicones are also useful in fabric yellowing. They also offer shade change apart from wash and wear resistance.


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