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Fiber Reactive Procion Dye

We use Dharma Trading Co. Fiber Reactive Procion Dyes.

Description

Fiber reactive dyes molecularly bond with the fabric, creating colorfast and long-lasting shades. They’re used on cellulosic fabrics such as cotton, linen, hemp, rayon, and Tencel, and can also be used with wool.

History

Reactive dyes for cellulosic materials were invented in 1954 and ICI in England introduced the first range of reactive dye popularly known as Procion dye in the year 1956. The invention of these dyes in the textile industry has brought sea changes in the history of dyes.

Sustainability

Fiber-reactive dyes have a low impact on the environment. The wastewater is easily broken down into harmless molecules by microbes in our soil and wastewater treatment plants.

Variations

These dyes can be referred to by many names: Fiber Reactive Dyes, Cool Water Reactive Dyes, Cold Water Reactive Dyes, Procion MX, for example. We use the Dharma Fiber Reactive Procion Dyes to achieve our wide range of colors.

Characteristics

  • Vibrant color

Care Instructions

Fiber-reactive dyes require Soda Ash to fix the dye to the fibers.

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