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Wool Dyes

Wool Dyes
Wool Dyes
Product Code : 04
Product Description

Owing to in-depth industry experience, we are successfully established as a famous manufacturer and exporter of Wool Dyes. These offered dyes are formulated in adherence with the global quality standards by making use of the finest grade chemical substances. Our range of dyes is broadly demanded for its wide application in wool industry. Also, we make sure our esteemed clients that the provided excellent grade Wool Dyes are free from any type of foreign material.

Wool can't be colored with the cotton strategy. Wool Dye is different and has an entirely different methodology. The technique underneath yields delightful hues on both wool and silk, despite the fact that silk generally takes the color superior to anything wool. Fiber Reactive colors will deplete better on silk too. Fiber responsive colors give the best results when utilized on amazing, white, unadulterated virgin wool or 100% white silk. Reused fabrics or yarns might contain contamination which will meddle with the color procedure. Oils or gum on the fabric or yarn will keep the color from taking consistently. Fabric or yarns of current shading will be mixed with the color shading utilized. On silk, the hues shift. Best to do a test first. Fiber Reactive blacks don't yield dark on silk. Utilize a dark silk color.

Wool Dye Constituents

Wool is a fiber produced using the hair of sheep. Other creature hair filaments, for example, angora, mohair, cashmere, and camel's hair, are in many regards colored the same as fleece. Every creature fiber is made of a class of chemicals known as protein.

Proteins are made out of various mixes of the twenty vital amino acids. They are more perplexing than cellulose, which is made out of rehashing units of a sugar, glucose, and in this way there are more routes in which diverse color chemicals can connect to them. There are, subsequently, numerous more distinctive substances which can be utilized to color protein strands.

All animal hair strands, for example, wool, are touchy to high pH. You will comprehend this instinctively on the off chance that you have ever attempted to wash your hair with a high pH bar cleanser, rather than the uncommon pH-adjusted cleansers sold as shampoos! To color wool, you should stay away from the high pH of the pop powder formulas used to color cotton. Most wool coloring formulas require a corrosive, for example, acidic corrosive, white vinegar (which actually contains acidic corrosive), or citrus extract.

Properties of Wool Dyes

  • Anionic in nature

  • Suitable for wool as well as silk and modified acrylics.

  • Strongly acidic or slightly neutral pH treatment

  • No affinity for cotton cellulose

  • Highly stable colorfastness