★ Color shade variation
★ Crease marks
★ After wash hole
★ Very dark and very light
★ Bleach spot
★ Bottom hem and course edge destroy
★ Running shade
★ Over blasting/low blasting
★ Over grinding/low grinding
★ Bad smell due to poor neutralization
★ Poor hand feel
★ To high hairiness
★ Poor brightness
★ High or low effect/abrasion on garments
★ Spot on garments
★ Out of range/ level of ph value of garments
(i) Sodium mete bi sulphite
(ii) per oxide
(iii) Caustic soda
(iv) Soda ash
(v) LV (pocket clear)
(vi) Bleach Kci
(vii) Caustic potash
(viii) Phosphoric acid
(ix) Pumice stone
(x) Optical Brightening agent (3 types: Red, blue, yellow )
(xi) Sodium hypo sulphite
(xii) Sodium bi carbonate
(xiii) Enzyme (Acid, Neutral , SL enzyme)
(xiv) Acetic acid
(xvi) Desizing agent
(xvii) Potassium per maganate
(xviii) Micro emulsion silicon
(xix) Buffer, stabilizer, fixing agent, catanizer , resin, anti staining agent
(xx) Dye for tinting or over dyeing
Possibly, but keep in mind: 1, the thread and zipper will remain the original color; 2. the trim issue (see above); 3. the stress of the warm-water-and-agitation process.
Normal wash / Garments wash/ Rinse wash, Pigment wash, Caustic wash, Silicon wash, Stone wash, Enzyme wash, Stone Enzyme wash, Acid wash, Bleach wash.
The action of enzyme during enzyme wash, it hydrolysis the cellulose. At first it attacks the having projecting fiber and hydrolyzed them. Then it attacks the yarn portion inside fabric and partly hydrolyzed the yarn portion and faded affect is produced.
Lot weight (approx 145 pies) ............ 70 kg
Add water @ L : R = 1 : 8 .............. 560 Liters
Add Acetic Acid @ 0.6 gm / liter ............ 336gm
Cationic Softener @ 1 gm / liter.............. 560 gm
Silicon (ME) @ 0.5 gm / liter ................ 280 gm
Time................................ 15 to 20 minutes
Drain the bath
Then unload the garments on trolley.
Acetic acid is used in enzyme bath to control the pH of wash bath and for proper action of enzyme. (To controlling the pH of enzyme because enzyme works at acidic pH).
Desizing process of silicon Wash:
Lot weight (approx 145 pies) ............ 70 kg
Add water @ L: R = 1: 10.............. 700 Liter
Add Desizing agent @ 0.6 gm / liter ............ 420 gm
Add Detergent @ 0.5 gm / liter.................... 350 gm
Drop the liquor
Rinse one time 3 minutes
Function of Hydro extractor machine is to squeeze the garments for removing the excess water from the garments.
1) Washing machine ( No of M/c -10)
2) Dryer machine (No of M/c -10): gas dryer-09 and Steam dryer-01
3) Sample Machine (No of M/c-02)
4) Hydro (No of M/c -03)
5) Spray gun (No of M/c -02)
Sand blasting, Hand scraping, whiskering, overall wrinkle, permanent wrinkle, broken and tagging, grinding and destroy, pp spray and pp sponging.
The first purpose is to remove dirt, dust, impurities of garments thus achieve wash look appearance and softness.
The other purpose is to bring faded look, old look, tinted or over dyed affect.
To increase color fastness, wash fastness properties no possibility of further shrinkage of wash garments.
Polyester is created in highly controlled factory settings, using toxic chemicals at high temperatures. In addition, the dye is added when the fabric is in a liquid state. Using Rit or reactive dyes would be like trying to dye a plastic bag. The dye just doesn't stick. Similarly, acetate cannot be dyed.
Keep in mind that the dye will take at about half strength. In other words, it's very hard to get a dark color saturation. Cotton mixed with a minimal amount of spandex (5-10%) will take the dye pretty well!
The best dye for vivid, color- and light-fast color are the reactive dyes, Some crafts stores carry reactive dyes, also. Get catalogs and instructions from these sources and study the materials carefully.
Acid dyes as best for solid-color dyeing of silk. I personally use the reactive dyes on silk because they are so simple and can be done in the washing machine. However, on silk, the reactive dyes do not come out the same colors as on cotton, so it requires experimentation to get what you want. If you want true-to-swatch silk colors and want to experiment with the acid dyes, they require very hot water, either in the washer, or on top of the stove. Acid dyes will also dye nylon.
Acid dyes are also used for dyeing wool - again, they require very hot water, so your fabric must be able to withstand any resulting shrinkage, matting, or felting. For this reason, I do not recommend dyeing already-constructed wool garments, such as coats, sweaters, or dresses, unless they are really large, and/or you are completely willing to experiment with the results.
The best place to start is with the prepared-for-dyeing fabrics at Dharma Trading Co. Their fabrics have no coatings or treatments that would make them resist the dye. Cotton and linen fabrics from Dharma do not need to be washed before dyeing. They recommend washing silk fabrics with Synthropol first (also available from Dharma), in order to take out any remaining silk worm gum.
The simple answer is no. The vast majority of these dresses are polyester and acetate. Even if they are silk, the construction will probably not hold up to the warm water and agitation process. In addition, any trim may not dye or could take the dye in a different strength or color.
No, because you are combining colors, just as if you were painting pink over a blue water color painting. However, you can dye a white or natural color baby blanket pink.
Technically speaking, no. Some fabrics and colors can be changed or lightened using a good dose of chlorine bleach. Caveat: Start with a cup of chlorine bleach. Keep in mind that bleach will deteriorate fabric and if you use too much, you may end up with a shredding rag. Dharma also sells a color discharger for removing dye from fabric. If you are willing to be unattached to the outcome, you can try these methods.
Prepared-for-dyeing garments, including everything available at Dharma Trading Co.; all-cotton sheets and pillowcases; all-cotton towels; vintage linens (many of these are sewn with cotton thread, which will dye); natural-fiber items that have faded and you want to restore them to their original color; cotton and rayon trims and laces; cotton undies (elastic will not dye); natural fiber yard goods.
No. Don't even think about it, unless your piece is white or off white, and you are willing to undertake an experiment using SimplySpray spray-on fabric dyes.