Color fastness to light problem in washing

Color fastness to light problem in washing The color fastness of garments refers to the fading degree and staining degree of garments color in the process of processing and use. There many reasons for Color fastness to light problem in washing. The color fastness to light test determines the effect of natural sunlight on garments colors. The darker shades has less problem of color fastness in washing  The Test Method of Light Fastness Test ISO 105 test method (ISO 105 B01, ISO 105 B02, ISO 105 B04, ISO 105 B06,…

COLOR FASTNESS TO CROCKING PROBLEM ON GARMENTS

COLOR FASTNESS TO CROCKING (WET AND DRY RUBBING) PROBLEM ON GARMENT Crocking occurs indigo dye transferring from garments to another surface due to contact or rubbing. To minimize crocking and to remove general denim stains. “Crocking” is an industry term referring to a transfer of a colorant through rubbing. The crocking test determines the resistance of garments colors to rubbing off and staining other materials. The methods of test crocking problem on garments ISO 105 X12 and AATCC 8 are the primarily standards for measuring color fastness to crocking The…

COLOR FASTNESS TO WATER PROBLEM

COLOR FASTNESS TO WATER PROBLEM Color fastness to water determines the resistance of garments colors to immersion in water. This test used to measure the migration of color to another fabric when wet and in close contact. The washing test also typically uses a basic PH solution due to the addition of detergent, while this test is conducted at neutral PH levels. The poor dye will create more problem of color fastness. sometimes, color dye did not fix with the fabrics. different dyes used for different fibers or fabrics. Water…