Mizu: The Best Antibacterial Towel With Silver Fibers Naturally Self Cleans
The Mizu Antibacterial Towel with Silver Microfibers Naturally Kills Bacteria and Changes Color When Dirt Builds Up!
The antibacterial towel by Mizu is a self cleaning towel crafted with artisanal Japanese crafting in Imabari, Japan known for the world’s softest towels. They are spun with a fine cotton native to the Asian region and silver coated microfibers. This combination of the most luxurious cotton and silver fibers prevents 99.99% of bacteria growth on your towels.
The multifuctional smart towels are hyper absorbent and able to hold 5x their weight in water while also being a quick dry antibacterial towel that drys 3x faster. Each Mizu smart towel is woven specially to maximize exposure to the open air so that it easily passes through the towel’s fibers.
Adding to your self cleaning bath towels’ intelligence is the solvatochromic dye strips that cause the towel to change colors when exposed to oil, bacteria, residual soap, chemicals, fat and sweat. The towel stripes will change from red to blue, when the towel’s needed to be washed clean.
Mizu is more than just bath towels, they also provide the same comfort and technology in their hand towels and baby towels.
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Articles on the Antibacterial Effects of Silver
Silver makes antibiotics thousands of times more effective - Nature.comJune 19, 2013 - Nature.com
Like werewolves and vampires, bacteria have a weakness: silver. The precious metal has been used to fight infection for thousands of years — Hippocrates first described its antimicrobial properties in 400 bc — but how it works has been a mystery...
Silver turns bacteria into deadly zombies - Science NowMay 1, 2015 - Science Now
The zombie apocalypse may be more than just a horror story for some bacteria. New research shows that when exposed to a microbe-slaying silver solution, the germs can “go zombie,” wiping out their living compatriots even after death...
Silver Nanoparticles in Clothing Pose No New Risk - Scientific AmericanJuly 9, 2014 - Scientific American
Fabrics containing engineered nanosilver – used to kill odor causing bacteria in socks and sports clothing – leak fewer silver nanoparticles into the environment when washed than textiles with conventional silver coatings...