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Dyeing is a major value addition step in wool processing essential for its effective utilization in fabric industry [4].
EcontrolA(r) is a pad-dry process employed in Monforts continuous dyeing in which the reactive dyestuff is fixed to the cellulose fibres during drying and the CYD multi-colour yarn dyeing system introduces a number of new concepts based on it, including the unique Eco Bleach process.
If you choose to mordant fleece or yarn ahead of time and let it dry for storage, just wet the wool before dyeing. There is no need to redo the mordant bath when dyeing wool yarn or fiber.
In general, the higher temperatures (up to 120 [degrees]C) are required for dyeing of polyester.
When dyeing with yellow onion skins, you can steep the fabric overnight to darken the orange to more of a brown.
Keeping in view the dyeing potential of the pigment, current study was designed to extract and determine the applications and toxicity of the natural dye from B.
Dryden acknowledges this in her seminal text, Fabric Painting and Dyeing for the Theatre, and writes in 1993 that she was "gratified to see an increase in communication between the theatre artist and the surface-design artist." Nevertheless, we can communicate more.
These liquid leather dyes are used in different leather dyeing and leather finishes.
Remazol Brilliant Blue R (RBBR) dye, also known as Reactive Blue 19, is a typical reactive dye used in the textile industry for dyeing cellulosic fibers.
Finally the tanned skin was posttanned (summing, shaving, splitting, neutralizing, and fat liquoring) to get the crust sheep skin leather which is ready for dyeing.
"There are a lot of possibilities with natural dyeing. It's a lot of trial and error," Green says.
When these azodyes are applied to the fabric, large quantity of these dyes remain unfixed and is released directly into the wastewater during textile processing depending upon the relative low efficiencies in dyeing and finishing.