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June 7, 2013

Spray-On Clothing – Gives a whole new meaning to "skin-tight"

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From Well Done Stuff: "Fabrican is a spray-on fabric technology developed at Imperial College in London. The material is made from a polymer and produces washable, reusable clothing. It may have applications in medicine and industry as well as fashion."

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"The spray can be applied using a high-pressure spray gun or an aerosol can. The texture of the fabric changes according to the type of material — wool, linen, or acrylic — and how the spray is layered on the body."

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Don't take their word for it: watch the video.

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