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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Nanotechnology Socks Smelly Feet? Not a Problem anymore! Smelly feet has always been a major problem for people all over the world its a major problem especially for athletes. Scientifically speaking smelly feet are a result of bacteria digesting organic matter in our sweat. Hello! I've been hired by Nike to showcase a new brand of socks to the public. Vladimir Rudenov, a Russian scientist involved a weaving of nanofibres of silver into socks. These smelly feet curable socks are available at an insignificant rate of just $10 dollars. Nanosilver socks are strongly antibacterial to a wide range of pathogens, absorb sweat and by killing bacterial help eliminate unpleasant foot odor. Benefits Nanosilver socks are non-toxic, non-irritant, do not cause allergic scale proportionally. Speed up healing of small wounds and cuts Problem These Socks contain about 55% cotton, 30% of antibacterial yarn Nanosilver, and rughly 15% elastane. The synthetic yarn wicks sweat away from the skin into the cotton component which increases comfort of wearing when used with the right shoewear, also out of the shoe which keeps your feet drier. Invention Nanosilver socks, whether sports or traditional designs are intended for daily use to anyone who prefers quality socks with many unique properties such as sweat conduction, and antibacterial and odour eliminating properties. Bibliography "Magical Socks Nanosilver with Silver Nanoparticles." N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2015. "Nano-Enhanced Socks To Treat Smelly Feet." Nano-Enhanced Socks To Treat Smelly Feet. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2015. 1. Feet are one of the sweatiest parts of the body.Socks help Fun Facts/Risk absorb the sweat and move it to parts of the foot where it can evaporate easier. 2. Up until the twentieth century socks were made from wool, cotton, or silk. 3. Keeping your toenails short and smooth will help socks last scale proportionally. When washing the Nanotech Socks, the nanosilver particles can come off in substantial amounts The Arizona State researchers suggest that the particles, intended to prevent foot odor, could travel through a wastewater treatment system and enter natural waterways where they might have unwanted effects on aquatic organisms living in the water
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