Dissolvable Clothing is Finally Here! 1


A company named Tresdamtiv Inc. has produced a new product called InsolveWear based off of the concept of Nitivy Co., Ltd.’s product called Solvron. Solvron is a synthetic yarn of Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) family, and is exclusively made by Nitivy Co., Ltd. Now with some a little bit of a new microscopic makeup synthetic Polyvinyl Alcohol based yarns can be made that will dissolve in cold or warm water. With that being said, allow me to introduce to you the LiquidClothesDesign Company based out of New Jersey. They have started buying this yarn in surplus and using it to design unique and very fashionable clothing.

Think about it now, clothing made of dissolvable materials. This is clearly not a product for normal everyday use for a persons mere sweat alone could start the dissolving process. According to the company’s product profile, the material will begin to dissolve with three minutes worth of contact with moisture. As practical clothing this would fail immediately, but as a gag gift it could cause for many embarrassing times and issues. It appears that this is the primary cause for the creation of this product for normal clothes are their smallest line and bathing suits are their largest.

They come in a variable barrage of styles and colors of both bathing suit tops and bottoms for men and women. I have already purchased several for my husband and have gotten a great laugh out of it. Though he didn’t talk to me for over a week it was well worth it. I would not suggest purchasing such items unless you are completely ready to have an angry person out there.

Maybe they will get you a new bathing suit for Christmas in return. Don’t forget your camera!

-Cynthia Waeyer


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  • Doug Lytle

    You might find this funny. The legal treatise Restatement of Torts, 2d, gives the following example of how someone could be held liable for the tort of “Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress”:

    In case what you were wondering what kind of facts give rise to a claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress, here’s one scenario from the Restatement of Torts:

    3. A is invited to a swimming party at an exclusive resort. B gives her a bathing suit which he knows will dissolve in water. It does dissolve while she is swimming, leaving her naked in the presence of men and women whom she has just met. A suffers extreme embarrassment, shame, and humiliation. B is subject to liability to A for her emotional distress.

    REST 2d TORTS § 46