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New solution can help 'permanently get rid of germs' New solution can help 'permanently get rid of germs' 6 July 2011Last updated at 10:45 GMT By Katia Moskvitch Technology reporter, BBC News The solution does not wash away even after multiple hot laundry cycles, according to its inventor Dr Jason Locklin. A new anti-microbial treatment that can make clothing - including smelly socks - permanently germ-free has been developed by US scientists. The spray-on solution can be applied to existing garments, according to the team from the University of Georgia.
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