Twill Fade Resistant Outdoor Two-tone Look Good Color Fastness
Breathable Fabric For Winter Coat
1 . Descriptions:
This fabric is 100% polyester.The yarn count is 100*100+100+40. We
finish this fabric dyed and waterproof.So this fabric is
breathableand has comfortable handfeel. According to your special
requirements, we can do many finishing like bonding,
cire,lamination and etc.Also this fabric has many choices of color.
2 . Specifications:
|Name||Two-tone Look Good Color Fastness Breathable Fabric|
|Color||various colors available|
|Standard||can meet REACH,ROHS,EN71-3|
|Packaging||by rolls as 50m or according to your requirements,polybags,vacuum
3 . Color Fastness:
Color fastness is also called dye fastness and dye fastness. It
refers to the resistance of the color of textiles to various
effects during processing and use.
The fastness level was evaluated based on the discoloration of the
sample and the staining of the undyed lining fabric. Textile color
fastness testing is a routine testing item in textile intrinsic
Textiles are exposed to various external influences such as light,
washing, ironing, perspiration, friction and chemicals during their
use. Some printing and dyeing textiles are also subjected to
special finishing processes such as resin finishing, flame
retardant finishing, sand washing and grinding. Mao, etc., which
requires the color of printed and dyed textiles to maintain a
certain degree of fastness.
4 . About Color Fastness And Color Transfer:
Color fastness is referred to as color fastness; the color of
colored fiber, fabric or other coloring matter is resistant to
various kinds of corrosion effects such as sunlight, washing,
rubbing and perspiration during processing and use.
The fading test is a color difference between the sample and the
untreated test sample after the leather sample is treated according
to the specified conditions, and is compared with a standard gray
sample card. In the staining test, the sample and the standard
white cloth are pressed according to the specified conditions, and
the white cloth is determined by the degree of color transfer and
dyeing of the sample, and the rating is measured by a gray stained
A garment made up of different color parts sometimes causes the dye
to migrate from one area to another during storage, usually from a
dark part to a light part. This phenomenon is different from
sublimation because it is low. This is done at sublimation
temperatures and this is also the case with non-sublimation dyes.
Mainly reflected in the migration of chemical fiber fabrics such as
polyester, and other raw materials.
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