Best 100% Viscose Single Jersey Fabric Dyeing Standard Recipe

The 100% viscose single jersey fabric dyeing standard recipe is stated here. Viscose is such a sensitive fabric. So, the dyeing recipe and viscose dyeing process are also the most sensitive. Its recipe and dyeing process is different from the 100% cotton fabric dyeing recipe and dyeing process. At the same time, viscose is one kind of cellulose (Regenerated cellulose) fiber as cotton fiber.

Dyeing recipe of 100% viscose fabric:

Buyer :Store ref :Quantity : 
Fabric Type : 100% Viscose ( S/J with elastane) Color: 
Batch No:   
StepType of ChemicalsDosingProcess(Temp/Time)
PretreatmentEco scour1.5 g/lL:R = 1:6
 Oil Remover 1.0 g/l90’C X 30 MIN
 Anticreasing agent1.0 g/l 
   L:R = 1:6
LevelingLeveling agent1.00 g/l60’C
 PH : 6.20
 Anticreasing agent1.00 g/l 
 Sequestering agent0.80% 
   L:R = 1:6
DyeingReactive DyesAccording to shade60’C
 Reactive DyesAccording to shade 
 Electrolyte10 g/l50% 50%;
 Alkali3 g/l2 time
   L:R = 1:6
After treatmentSoaping agent0.60 g/l60’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
SoftenerOrganic acid0.2 g/l50’C x 15 min;
 Cationic Softener1.00 g/lPH: 5.5

100% polyester fabric dyeing process

Polyester fabric dyeing is a process of coloring the fabric using dyes. 100% polyester fabrics are synthetic and are made from petroleum-based products. The dyeing process involves pre-treatment, dyeing, and post-treatment steps. The pre-treatment step involves scouring and washing the fabric to remove any impurities. The fabric is then dyed using either disperse or sublimation dyes, followed by a post-treatment step to fix the color and ensure color fastness.

Final word:

All Dyes% and chemical dosing depends on the supplier’s recommendation

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