Guaranteed Cotton Fabric Light Color Standard Recipe and Dyeing Process

Guaranteed Cotton Fabric Light Color Standard Recipe and Dyeing Process is a standardized approach for dyeing cotton fabrics with light colors. Cotton is a widely used fabric in the textile industry due to its durability, breathability, and versatility. However, dyeing cotton fabrics can be a challenging process as cotton fibers have a low affinity for dyes, especially for light colors. Therefore, a standardized recipe and dyeing process are essential for achieving consistent and high-quality light-colored cotton fabrics.

Light color is the recipe and the dyeing process is so important. So we have to standardize the 100% cotton fabric light color recipe and dyeing process. You can easily use it for production. In this article, we will discuss the Guaranteed Cotton Fabric Light Color Standard Recipe and Dyeing Process in detail, including the materials needed, the dyeing process, and the key factors that affect the final product.

100% Cotton Fabric Light Color Standard Recipe:

The dosing of chemicals depends on the concentration. The dye % depends on the target shade.

Buyer : Practical Textile Quantity : As required 
Fabric Type: 100% Cotton ( S/J ) Color: Mocha Meringue 
StepType of ChemicalsLeveling agentProcess(Temp/Time)
PretreatmentDetergent0.80 g/lL:R = 1:6 
 Anticreasing agent 1.0 g/l100’C X 50 MIN
 Sequestering agent0.80 g/l 
 Alkali 2.0 g/l 
 Bleaching agent2.5 g/l 
   L:R = 1:6 
LevellingLevelling agent0.20 g/l60’C 
 Leveling agent0.80 g/lPH: 6.20
 Anticreasing agent1.00 g/l 
 Bio polishing agent0.50 g/l 
   L:R = 1:6 
Dyeing Reactive Dyes0.28%60’C 
 Reactive Dyes0.13% 
 Reactive Dyes0.08% 
 Electrolyte20 g/l50% 50%;
 Alkali6 g/l2 time
   L:R = 1:6 
After treatmentSoaping agent0.60 g/l70’C X 10 MIN
 Leveling agent0.2 g/l 
   L:R = 1:6 
FixingFixing agent1.00 g/l50’C X 20 MIN
   L:R = 1:6 
SoftenerGlacial acetic acid0.2 g/l50’C x 15 min; 
 Cationic Softener1.00 g/lPH: 5.5

100% Cotton Fabric Light Color Standard Dyeing Process

The most used dyeing process are given below:

Load the fabric

Anticreae+Detergent Inject = To remove impurities

Wash and Drain

Detergent+Anticreasing agent+Oil remover+Peroxide stabilizer inject

Caustic soda dossing 10min

Run time 5min

Rise temperature at 70 ⁰C

Inject the Hydrogen peroxide

Rise the temperature to 98 ⁰C

Run time 60 min

Cooling at 78 ⁰C

Shade check = Check the whiteness and absorbency

If ok drain

Normal hot at 80 ⁰C

Run time 10 min

Inject Acetic acid = For neutralization of Soda

Run time 5min

Drain and wash for 5min

Peroxide killer Inject run for 5min

Drain and wash 10min

Rise the temperature at 55 0c

Control PH= 4.5 with acetic acid

Inject Enzyme

Run time 40min

Check sample hairiness

If ok then raise the temperature at 80 0c

Run 5min

Drain and wash the enzyme dust

Leveling Ph 6-5.5

Leveling item 600c

Leveling inject

Runtime 10

Color dosing 60c 20 minute

Runtime 10 minute

1st salt dosing 10 minutes 50%

Runtime 5 minute

2nd salt dosing 10 minutes 50%

Runtime 10 minute

Sample check

1st soda dosing 20 minutes 1g/l

Runtime 5 minute

2nd soda dosing 25 minutes full

Runtime 10 minute

Shade check

Shade ok and then drain (Rinse drain is better)

Normal, not 80 0c run 10min

Wash until clear the loose dyes are (Not more than 20min)

Inject soaping agent

Rise 90 0c and run 10min

Check shade if the ok drain

Wash clear

Fixing agent dos 5min

Runtime 10min

Wash clear

Softener dossing 7min

Check softness if ok

Unload and deliver to finishing


The recipe and process are 100% applied. Here the dossing of different chemicals and dyes will be changed according to the concentration. You have to use it according to the suppliers.

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