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Comparative Study of Washing Fastness of Vat and Reactive Dyed Fabric Samples

Iftikhar Ahmad , Nisar Ahmed Jamil and AfshanAthar
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Vat and reactive dyes were utilized in continuous dyeing of pure cotton and polyester. Cotton blended fabric samples. Comparative study of their shade matching and washing fastness results revealed that the reactive dyes might be suitable substitutes of vat dyes.

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Iftikhar Ahmad , Nisar Ahmed Jamil and AfshanAthar , 2001. Comparative Study of Washing Fastness of Vat and Reactive Dyed Fabric Samples. Journal of Applied Sciences, 1: 413-416.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2001.413.416


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