Chemical Plastic

July 11, 2012

New Fabric made of Spilled Milk

 New high-end Fabric made of spilled milk.

As CNN reported, every year, Europeans discard tons of milk deemed unsafe for human consumption. Now, a German company is turning the spilled milk into high-end fashion.

Anke Domaske, a biochemist turned fashion designer, is the inventor of QMilch – a fabric made entirely of milk.

The fabric is created from milk which is allowed to ferment before it is turned into a powder. It is then heated and mixed with other natural ingredients and turned into yarn.

QMilch has a similar feel to silk, and is marketed as a luxury fiber.

Originally posted: Chemical Plastic

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