Natural Dyes: Properties, Advantages and Disadvantages

Natural Dyes

What is Natural Dyes? Natural dyes are non-allergenic, non-toxic and biodegradable. Although natural dye are safe for the environment, skin-friendly and eye-pleasing, they have a very weak bond with textile fiber materials and must be fixed on textile fibers using metallic mordants, some of which are not environmentally friendly. Natural dyes are defined as any dyes, pigments or other substances

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Dyeing process checking and control Points

Dyeing process of coloring textile materials, such as fibers, yarns, fabrics, or garments, using a dye or a combination of dyes. The dyeing process can be done by various methods, including immersion, padding, spraying, or printing. The basic steps a process of dyeing the fabric : Preparation: The textile material is cleaned and prepared for dyeing by processes such as

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Different Types of Dyeing Fabric Faults

Dyeing fabric faults are very common in the textile industry. Various types of defects occur during knit dyeing. Dyeing is the process of treating the fabric with a dye liquor, containing both dyes and chemicals, and subsequently fixing the dyes to the fabric. During the dyeing process, many defective dyed fabrics come out. There are many dyeing fabric faults that

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What is colour fastness

Colour Fastness The term colour fastness can be described as the ability of colouring matters on the fibre to withstand the physical and chemical actions during the processes of manufacture and in daily use of the dyed material.Most important part for every garments. Color fastness of a textile material mainly depends upon four factors: The nature of the fibre; The

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