alexa Effects of Raising and Sueding on the Physical and Mechanical Properties of Dyed Knitted Fabric

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Effects of Raising and Sueding on the Physical and Mechanical Properties of Dyed Knitted Fabric

The final stage, amongst a series of processes in the manufacturing of textile clothing to impart the necessary decorative and functional characteristics in the end product involving both chemical and mechanical treatments is finishing. Finishing is best regarded as the final stage in the embellishment of the fabrics, most of which, as it comes from the loom or knitting machine, having an unattractive appearance, which persists, although to a less extent, even after dyeing or printing.

 
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