AARHUS – Smart technology which dyes fabric without the use of any water will be used for all the jerseys and shorts of seven leading British football clubs in the 2019/20 season. Among clubs whose kits which will be dyed using the dry-dye technology – to also include all replica kits – are Rangers, Middlesbrough and Charlton. Use of the brand new ZEROH2O concept is being rolled out across all Hummel-sponsored professional UK clubs in the 2019/2020 season. Various estimates suggest it takes up to 25 litres of fresh clean water to dye just one single t-shirt.
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