Modified linen fabrics are processed chemically or physically through the linen fiber, changing its nature and structure of a fabric. The method of modification can include surface treatment, the introduction of fiber modifiers or coating, etc.
Dyeing properties of modified linen fabrics (modified linen fabric dyeing properties) refers to the modified linen fabric in the dyeing process exhibits the characteristics. These properties include dyeing effect, dye adsorption properties, color fastness, etc.
Dyeing Performance Characteristics Of Modified Linen Fabrics:
- Improved dyeing effect:
- Modified treatment allows the dye to adhere more evenly and fully to the fiber.
- Modified linen fabrics show a more uniform, long-lasting dyeing effect.
- Dye adsorption enhancement:
- Modified treatment increases the compatibility of dyestuff and fiber.
- Modified linen fabrics are more easily adsorbed dyestuff and achieve uniform penetration.
- Improved color fastness:
- Modification treatment improves dye fixation.
- Modified linen fabrics are resistant to washing and rubbing, and the color is more durable and stable.
Application Scenarios Of Dyeing Performance Of Modified Linen Fabrics:
- Fashion and home textiles: modified linen fabrics are suitable for fashion and home textiles, providing better dyeing results and color stability.
- Industrial use: Modified linen fabrics can be used in industrial areas, such as technical fabrics and workwear, requiring high dye uniformity.
- Medical and health care products: modified linen fabrics are suitable for medical and health care fields, with good dyeing performance and durability.
Modified linen fabrics play a role in these application scenarios, enhancing the quality, functionality and visual effects of products.