Moonlight Technologieshas launched five new, sustainable, plant-based technologies that can be applied to a range of products, including home textiles.
NEW YORK — Moonlight Technologies, a team of doctors, scientists and entrepreneurs focused on sustainable innovations, has launched five new, sustainable, plant-based technologies that can be applied to a range of products, including home textiles.
The new technologies include EcoArmor, InsectProof, MindfullyClean, OdorSafe and Natural Dyes. What makes each unique, according to Moonlight Technologies, is that they are entirely plant-based, 100% natural and manufactured with a carbon negative manufacturing process. All technologies are applied via standard manufacturing processes and have strong wash durability.
“We are excited to bring these innovative technologies to the market and offer new and innovative sustainable solutions for businesses,” said Moonlight CEO Allie Sutton. “Through this launch, we look forward to collaborating with partners in a variety of industries to begin implementing our technologies in real-world applications.”
EcoArmor is 100% plant-based antimicrobial technology that kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, mold and fungus.
InsectProof is 100% plant-based and permethrin-free bug repellent technology for fabrics, skin, and hard-goods.
MindfullyClean is a self-cleaning fabric technology. Products treated with MindfullyClean stay fresh and clean regardless of use and rarely need to be washed.
OdorSafe is a natural, plant-based technology that permanently destroys and eliminates bad odors on fabrics.
Natural Dyes are sustainably derived, non-toxic, biodegradable dyes for hardgoods and textiles. It can be applied to any fabric type, both synthetic and natural.
Moonlight Technologies is currently commercializing and going through the regulatory process with these new technologies.
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