Fridge Logic: We see the fabric being tested for the ability to take up dye. Since the overwhelming majority of dyes are suspended in water, or at least an aqueous solution, why didn't the superfabric break down during testing?
- It's specifically stated that in order for the material to come in any other color, the dye must be added earlier in the production process. At some point in that process, the material changes so as to repel dye. In earlier parts of that process, it must behave differently.