Nonwovens Industry Magazine - A decontamination wipe invented by a Texas Tech University researcher to clean up toxic agents also could clean up bodily fluids contaminated with the coronavirus.
FiberTect was invented by Seshadri Ramkumar, a professor of chemical countermeasures
and advanced materials in the Texas Tech Department of Environmental Toxicology. He
says the wipe's structure is effective in containing bodily fluids – like saliva and
mucus – through which viruses could be transmitted. Its activated carbon also can
absorb particles transmitted in vapor phase through the air.
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