alexa Impacts of Air Pollution on Colour Fading and Physical Properties of Wool Yarns Dyed with Some Natural Dyes in Residential Site

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Impacts of Air Pollution on Colour Fading and Physical Properties of Wool Yarns Dyed with Some Natural Dyes in Residential Site

Introduction During a few last decades, revival and using of natural dyes has gained a great deal of attention and care. A renewed international interest has arisen in natural dyes due to remarkable increase of the environmental and health hazards associated with the awareness of synthesis, processing and use of synthetic dyes. Cochineal (red dye), Turmeric (yellow dye) and Madder (red dye) are extracted from (Daclylopius coccus) bug, (Curcuma longa. L, rotunda. L) plant and (Rubia tinctorum) plant respectively. When using these natural dyes for dyeing wool yarns, the light and washing fastness were very poor.

 
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