Dyeing Fabric Suppliers introduces the techniques of fabric dyeing:
1. Dip dyeing. A dyeing method in which textiles are immersed in a dye liquor and the dye is dyed on the fiber and fixed in the fiber after a certain period of time. Features: Suitable for dyeing of various forms of textiles; batch production, low production efficiency; relatively simple equipment, and easy operation.
2. Pad dyeing. Pad dyeing is to immerse the textile fabric in the dye solution for a short time, and then press it with a roller to squeeze the dye solution into the tissue gaps of the fabric, and remove the excess dye solution, so that the dye is evenly distributed on the fabric. Dyeing is (or mainly) done during subsequent steaming or baking treatments. The tie-dyeing process is divided into two parts: tie-dyeing and dyeing. It uses yarn, thread, rope, and other tools to bind, sew, tie, tie, and clip the fabric and then dye it. Its technological feature is a printing and dyeing technique in which the printed fabric is twisted into knots with threads, and then printed and dyed, and then the twisted threads are removed. It has more than one hundred variations of techniques, each with its own characteristics.