Read the article below and post a response to the question using proper grammar by midnight 11 March 2012.  Remember paragraphs must be 5-7 sentences long and use proper grammar (capitalization, punctuation and spelling, NO TEXT TALK).

Would you use this product why or why not?  Also, What is the component that allows the spray become a usuable fabric?

 http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2010/09/spray-on-fabric/

 
 


Aaron Gregory
03/09/2012 7:49pm

I would not use this product. It seems a little weird to me. I wouldnt want anybody spraying my body with a can of "material". They said it was still some problems to be fixed with it . I think the component is the aerasol can or the fibers inside of it.

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Kaela Marisa Dorsey
03/09/2012 8:15pm

I would use this product because it seems very interesting and exciting, but I would use this product in private not public because it does seem very weird and seems like it would not work as well as they say. I think this product is very creative and a great experiment to be trying out. This product seems like it may work well but then again might have many issues in using it. For example it might cause harm to your skin or have side effects for many items used for it. The componet in this product that makes the spray turn into usuable fabric is the substance or solutions inside of the spray which results in a chemical or physical reaction causing it to change.

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justin
03/10/2012 10:43am

I would not use this because it may get stuck to my skin and I couldn’t get it off. It may show how our technology is advancing but it just seems different. I wouldn’t use it because I don’t want my body to be exposed to all the chemicals and have a chemical reaction. The component that allows the spray to become a fabric was aerosol. This product is smart and creative but I don’t think it works.

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Chloe Madison
03/10/2012 4:29pm

I wouldn't use this product because it looks kind of odd.If the product was a little more thick fabric wise then I might consider wearing it.Also I don't really know what would happen if I put that in the dryer.Knowing that the fabric is coming from a can.Which makes me not want to wear the fabric even more.I think the component used to make the fabric wearable is the aerosole.

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TyNesha Cannon
03/10/2012 7:23pm

I wouldn't use this product because I dont really want to have to spray fabric onto my clothes. Plus, I dont know wht would happen in the washer or dryer......(would it come off; would it get on my other clothes; ect...) Although, I do agree that the idea of just spraying on fabric is interesting and would be preety cool, I don't think that I would really want to try it. Another reason why i wouldn"t wnt to use this product is because it might hve harmful chemicals in it that could seriously harm me and my skin. I beleive that the component that allows the spray become a useable fabric is aerosol.

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Rhenard
03/10/2012 11:35pm

I would actually consider using this product. First because it looks like a quick and easy way to get dressed. They also mentioned that it comes in different colors so at least im not stuck with just one color. Also because they mentioned that comes of easily like any other piece of clothing and also can be washed and reworn. Lastly it looks like a safe product to use because they actually are using a living human being. Also I think the compenent that makes the fabric wearable is the aresole in the can.

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JSW (Jalyn)
03/11/2012 8:59am

I would not use this product. I have never heard of spray on clothes. First I think it won't cover you up and you might still be cold or suomething. Also most producs that seem to be great have a backfire. Also with the problem with washing it, how would I do that.? Will the clothes shrink or spread the ink or rip or something? I might have considered wearing if it covere up a little more because it said it's not for obesity kids so you shouldn't wear it so it might be a little see through.

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Edward Ross
03/11/2012 9:23am

I would use this product because it would come in handy if I were running late. All I'd have to do is spray on clothes. Also, if I accidentally ripped my clothes, when i got home, I'd just have to spray it back on. A downside is that it would make me lazier than I already am because I wouldn't even have to walk to my closet to get dressed. This spray is made from aerosol and fiber strands.

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R.A.Kelly
03/11/2012 4:34pm

I would use this product becuase i wouldn't want to have tight clothes on like that in the first place. Plus its not gonna keep me as warm as real clothers would. Also I feel more comfortable with real clothes on because im sure that people that use this feel naked at first. I have to be serious i would enjoy if more women used this product though.I know that im gonna sound like im copying everyone else but i really think that aresole is the main component that makes this fabric usable. P.S used the women should use this for an extra sentence.I know everyone i probalbly sound like a pervert but you would enjoy it too lol.

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RAKelly
03/11/2012 4:35pm





I wouldn't use this product becuase i wouldn't want to have tight clothes on like that in the first place. Plus its not gonna keep me as warm as real clothers would. Also I feel more comfortable with real clothes on because im sure that people that use this feel naked at first. I have to be serious i would enjoy if more women used this product though.I know that im gonna sound like im copying everyone else but i really think that aresole is the main component that makes this fabric usable. P.S used the women should use this for an extra sentence.I know everyone i probalbly sound like a pervert but you would enjoy it too lol.

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Madison
03/11/2012 5:49pm

I wouldnt use this product because it looks weird and kinda sticky. Also, it looks like it would rip easily. The article said that it is a thin layer of fabric so you would probably still be cold. It seems like it would take longer to put on because you have to spray it on everywhere and its probably going to be hard to get your back sprayed. It's just easier to pull a shirt over top your head and go.

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Zion
03/11/2012 6:14pm

I don't think I would wear these clothes. I feel very uncomfortable when my clothes are tight against my body. Some people will definitely like this invention as you will have complete control over the design of your clothing. I think that the product has great potential,but is directed more towards some groups than others. I believe also that there are 3 components that transfer the spray to a fabric. One is the microfibers that make up the clothes. Another is the solvant that allows the fibers to remain in liquid form until they reach the desired surface. Finally is the high pressure sprayer that allows easy use of the fibers.

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Donovan "Big D" Steward
03/11/2012 6:31pm

I would not use this product. I will not use it because it looks complicated to put on. Also this fabric looks very hard to use. The prodcut you can see through it. And also it looks very sticky and difficult to use. I think it is worthless. When you use it, it looks very ncomfortable to wear.
I will not consider wearing it. Also i dont like really tighting clothing. it might cos alot of money too.

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Jalen Howard
03/11/2012 6:40pm

I would love to use this product. I woud use this product because if I didnt want to find some clothes in my closet I would go over to the shelf and spray it on. It doesnt seem to good to use in public because someboby might see something they might not want to see. I would use it if I was going to the gym because I could just rip it off when im finished. That is why I would use it and why I wouldnt use it.

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MYLES MALONE
03/11/2012 6:44pm

This was an interesting article but there are a lot of things that I'd be concerned about before I would wear something like this. The aricle says that a solvent is used but it didn't say what kind of solvent. It could be water or it could be some type of harmful chemical that could cause respiratory problems by breathing unknown fumes into our lungs or it could cause skin irritation after it's sprayed on. Since it is sprayed on through the use of aerosol cans, this could be a problem for our environment and our ozone layer. I think that something like this could be used by third world countries or poor people who don't have enough clothes, but first we'd have to know the cost because it might be too expensive.

The components that allow the spray to become a usable fabric consists of short fibers (either natural or synthetic) combined with polymers to bind them together and a solvent that is used to spray the fabric in liquid form. But until more research and experiments are done, I'll just stick to regular clothes.

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Cody Johnson
03/11/2012 6:58pm

I would not use this product. I say that because it is not finished yet. In the article at the bottom it says some kinks need to be worked out. That alone says it is not finished, and what if it does not peel off like it says it will. What if it gets stuck to you and it does not come off will the company pay for your surgery to get it off of you.I would rather go to the store and buy regular clothes not wear spray.

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Kayla
03/11/2012 7:38pm

I wouldn't use this product, because I don't like to wear tight clothes In the first place. I think the message it is sending is wrong. I also don't like it because I feel as though something is going to happen, once I spray it on. Like my skin is going to peel off or something. I think the main component in this product is aerosole.

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Maya~
03/11/2012 8:11pm

I would never use this product. It's just a waste in my opinion. It seems like if it goes big than clothe makers would be out of a job. I don't like feeling like i have on a towel wrapped around me when it's actually my shirt not a good feeling. what if something happens to my skin and it breaks out or something? Not a good look.

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Nathan Scott
03/11/2012 8:25pm

I would not use this product. It would take about 5 minutes to spray this on. I could walk to my closet and get a shirt in a couples seconds. I think people would like this. But to me, this is just a waste of time and money. I think the component that makes it become fabric are the some short hair like things with glue to keep them together when they are sprayed out.

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Danyel Royster
03/11/2012 8:45pm

I would not use this product because some people may have sensitive skin. Also the layer is very thin you might rip something. Especially young ladies should not wear this because we have alot of things that dont need to be exposed and with a thin layer of clothes like that you would see everything.Nobody should go out the house like that the product could rip any second. What happens if the product gets stuck on your skin ?

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dj franklin
03/11/2012 9:02pm

I would not use this product. The reason is that the chemicals in the spray could cause a skin problem to someone. Also, we do not know if it would stay on in the rain. It could fall off in the rain. I believe aerosol technology is what makes the fabric usable. So this is my respons to spar on fabric.

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Leah
03/11/2012 9:49pm

I would not use this spray on shirt because as they said it would be to snug. Second, I don't want to use this material because there are so many things that could go wrong. For one reason, you could move too soon before the fibers have completely linked with each other and the shirt won't work. Third, I would not use this fabric because it can cause problems with the skin. There is a possibility you could get skin cancer from fabrican. Who knows, no one has ever done this before. Fourth, the idea of spraying on my clothes is a bit far fetched for me and so I don't believe I would be using this type of shirt.

The component that allows the spray become a fabric is the polymers to combine the short fabrics together. Also this product uses a solvent and aerosol to get the fabric out of the can and make the fabric stay on the body.

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Juwan Fleming
03/11/2012 10:05pm

I would not want to use the spray on aerosol fabric product as clothing because it does not seem to be safe. Aerosol sprayed onto someone's skin may cause people to get sick.I am not interested in wearing tight fitting colthing. It does not seem to be something that would look and feel comfortable for boys to wear. It may be unique for girls to wear. I think it may save money and time because you do not have to go shopping for colthing. I believe aerosol is the component that allows the material to work.

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Patrick
03/13/2012 10:50pm

When I read this article, the first thought that came to my mind was, "What will someone think of next." I will not use this product because of the possible health risks to my body and lungs. It seems very time consuming to spray on a shirt when it is faster to get a t-shirt out of your closet. I don't think I would want to peel the shirt off my body after it drys. I wonder if serious thought was given to protecting the environment? Sometimes when you spray chemicals, it can be harmful regardless of what is said to make people like us believe it is safe. It looks like it may be fun to try for a short period of time but after that, the fun would end. The compoment that allows the spray to become a fabric is the polymers. It makes the short fabrics stick together. The solvent and aerosole allows the fabric to be released from the can.

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Lauren Key
03/15/2012 7:31pm

I would not use this product because I just wouldnot pefer it.I would use it if i was poor but if would fell very weird on you I also think it you be a water of money because if you wash it it would be a waste of money

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Harlan Lyles
03/20/2012 6:17pm

I would use the spray-on-fabric. I like it because it would be quick to spray on and comfortable. I like the idea that it can be peeled off, washed and reworn. I also like the idea of a tight fit. The components of the short fibers combined with polymers allows the spray to be usable fabric. I think this invention will become very popular in my generaton.

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Marcus
03/22/2012 2:54pm

I wouldn't use spray on Fabrics. They seem like a danger to the environment. It would kill jobs because there wouldn't be sewers anymore. I also wouldn't want direct contact with my skin.

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$hortyJ.eremiah
04/02/2012 5:50pm

i am with marcus i would not use this because you don't know what would happen to the body. it can get under your skin and cause problems with your cells.it wolud also kill jobs and the environment. p.s. that comment about it not working on obeist people was just a little harsh.

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Cshon Byrams
04/02/2012 6:49pm

I would and would not use the spay on fabrics. First why i would use it because it is fast to use. and the reason why i will not is because people could be extremely allergic to it and could seriously injure them.
another reason is that many people do not wear tight clothing that much.and their could be some mess up with this product.So really i would not use it.

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jadin
04/02/2012 8:41pm

i would use this product because i grow alot so my clothes dont fit. anytime my clothes wouldnt fit me i would put this spray on. also because if im rushing for school i would hurry up and spray that on. only if they had this for sports i would definetly get this. because if i forgot my shoes or jersey i would spray it on.

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cameron
04/19/2012 6:51pm

this talks about wierd gadgets

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