Investigation of Natural Variants for Antimicrobial Finishes in Innerwear A Review Paper for Promotion of Natural Hygiene in Innerwear

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Volume-4 Issue-5                      
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors : Sunny Pannu

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Sunny Pannu. "Investigation of Natural Variants for Antimicrobial Finishes in Innerwear A Review Paper for Promotion of Natural Hygiene in Innerwear". International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT). V4(5):2168-2171 May 2013. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group.

Abstract

This paper gives a review for scope of natural variants in the field of antimicrobial finishes. The main reason of increased interest in this field include: an increased awareness towards personal hygiene, demand for eco friendly finishes and to prevent skin infections, body odour to improve physiological comfort value of garments. The microbial infestation is a common problem especially in natural textiles due to their receptiveness for moisture, dirt, food particles giving scope for microbes growth. In case of innerwear that is next - to - skin the situation becomes more critical. This paper throws light on the present available variants that can be u sed as antimicrobial finish and how their effect can be evaluated to find out effective variant in terms of performance and durability.

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Keywords
Natural Herbs, Microbes, Antimicrobial, Innerwear, Hygiene, Physiological Comfort .