What is Biological Resistance?
Biological resistance refers to the ability of a material or fabric to resist the growth or accumulation of bacteria, fungi, or other microorganisms. In the context of clothing, fashion, art, or jewelry, biological resistance is an important property that can contribute to the durability, hygiene, and odor control of the item. Fabrics with high biological resistance are often treated with antimicrobial agents or finishes that inhibit the growth of microorganisms, reducing the risk of unpleasant odors, staining, or deterioration. This property is particularly beneficial in applications where cleanliness, freshness, and longevity are desired, such as sportswear, undergarments, or healthcare textiles.