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Dyeability and Functionality of Rayon Fabrics Treated with Persimmon Juice
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  • Journal title : Fashion & Textile Research Journal
  • Volume 17, Issue 5,  2015, pp.828-837
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
  • DOI : 10.5805/SFTI.2015.17.5.828
 Title & Authors
Dyeability and Functionality of Rayon Fabrics Treated with Persimmon Juice
Bae, Jung-Sook;
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 Abstract
The results of the analysis of dyed rayon fabrics treated with persimmon juice by padding are as follows. Rayon fabrics were dyed repeatedly with persimmon juice by a padding mangle for the development of dyeability. The merits of padding-based dyeing were easier color reproduction (versus traditional hand dyeing) of hard to obtain colors and color fastness to light and laundering. The add on weight increased with the number of padding times, and the color of the dyed fabrics had red-yellow colors with low brightness and high chromatic colors. Properties of fabrics treated with persimmon juice were: level of light resistance, perspiration fastness levels, rubbing fastness, and washing fastness levels. Dyed fabrics exposed to UV light have a deep yellow-red color that increased lightness and darken when exposed to sunlight. Rayon fabrics of a treated premordant indicated strong yellow colors, especially fabrics with Fe mordant indicated greenish red-yellow colors. The direction of the weft and warp increased and improved water-repellent qualities that increased with the number of dyeing padding times and persimmon juice; however, there was less anti-crease resistance. In addition, fabrics had good antibacterial activity and deodorization.
 Keywords
persimmon juice;dyeing property;dyeing fastness;antibacterial activity;deodorization;
 Language
Korean
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