Dyeing

Dyeing and printingDyeingDyeing and printing, are processes employed in the conversion of raw textile fibers into finished goods that add much to the appearance of textile fabrics. Dyeing in textile is a process in which color is applied on a finished fabric or yarn to add a permanent long-lasting color on the fabric. It can be done by hand or machine. Dyeing can be done at any stage of the manufacturing of textile- fiber, yarn, fabric or a finished textile product including garments and apparel. are processes employed in the conversion of raw textile fibers into finished goods that add much to the appearance of textile fabrics. Dyeing in textile is a process in which color is applied on a finished fabric or yarn to add a permanent long-lasting color on the fabric. It can be done by hand or machine. Dyeing can be done at any stage of the manufacturing of textile- fiber, yarn, fabric or a finished textile product including garments and apparel.

Dyes which provide the color on fabric comes in powders, paste, crystal or liquid. When the fabric and dye comes into contact, the fabric is completely saturated by the dye and colored.

Factors considered in dye selection include fastness to light, reaction to washing and rubbing, and the cost of the dyeing process. The Effective preparation of the material for dyeing is essential.

Dyes are of two types:

Natural dyes: Natural dyes Lorem Ipsum Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry Lorem Ipsum They come from natural substances like vegetables, plants, minerals, flowers, roots, insects, wood and animals. Natural dyes have a long history (had been in use from 2600BC) but are not used for commercial purposes anymore. It is the most common approach to apply a color pattern onto a fabric.

Synthetic dyes: Synthetic dyes are manufactured from organic molecules. Synthetic dyes are now used commercially for almost all purposes.

Do you know: William Henry Perkin, an eighteen-year-old English chemist, was searching for a cure for malaria, a synthetic quinine, and accidentally discovered the first synthetic dye. He found that the oxidation of aniline could color silk. From a coal tar derivative he made a reddish purple dye. The brilliant purple was called mauve.

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