Washing, ironing and perspiration fastness of plain fabrics

- May 04, 2018-

The process of fabricating plain weave fabrics requires accurate analysis and identification of fabric properties. To a certain extent, we can accurately and reasonably apply it to fashion design. To a certain extent, it is a basic knowledge that every designer needs to master.

The recognition of plain weave fabrics to a certain extent effectively includes the identification of raw materials for garment fabrics, the recognition of appearance quality, and the identification of appearance characteristics. In the process of observation and identification, the fabrics not only need to be visual, but also need to be used to some extent. To its hearing, touch and even smell. Such as the use of the visual effects of the eye to see the light and shade of the fabric, dyeing conditions, surface thickness and appearance characteristics of texture, lines and fibers.

The washing fastness of plain fabric, in the process of operation, its washing or soaping fastness, to a certain extent, is mainly the degree of change in the color of the dyed fabric after it has been effectively washed with its washing solution, and will be effective in performing the operation. Through its commonly used gray grading sample card as its evaluation standard, that is, relying on the original and the color difference after the sample fades to judge. Washing fastness is divided into 5 levels, 5 is the best and 1 is the worst. Washing fabrics with poor washing fastness should be dry-cleaned. If wet-cleaning is performed, care must be taken to ensure that washing conditions are not too high and the time is not too long.

The ironing fastness of plain fabric to a certain extent mainly refers to the extent to which the fabrics of the fabrics are discolored or discolored when they are ironed. The degree of such discoloration and discoloration is mainly the same as that of irons. The color of other fabrics was evaluated. Ironing fastness is divided into 1 to 5 grades, 5 is the best, and 1 is the worst. When testing the ironing fastness of different fabrics, the test iron temperature should be selected.

The perspiration fastness of plain fabrics mainly refers to the degree of discoloration of dyed fabrics after perspiration is applied. The perspiration of the dyed fabrics during the operation is mainly due to the different composition of artificially prepared perspiration. Therefore, the perspiration is generally not measured except , also combined with other color fastness assessment. The perspiration of the fabrics is classified into 1 to 5 perspiration, and the larger the value, the better.