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the use of dye to change the color of something permanently

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Two swimming rollers ensure a maximum deflection potential and allow dyeing of knit and woven fabrics, without limitations.
If you're dyeing wool, skip the paragraph on tannin mordants and go right to the paragraph on metal mordants.
Keeping in view the dyeing potential of the pigment, current study was designed to extract and determine the applications and toxicity of the natural dye from B.
The role of water in dyeing as a vital raw material is of fundamental importance.
These liquid leather dyes are used in different leather dyeing and leather finishes.
There are a lot of possibilities with natural dyeing.
When these azodyes are applied to the fabric, large quantity of these dyes remain unfixed and is released directly into the wastewater during textile processing depending upon the relative low efficiencies in dyeing and finishing.
An effective method of amplifying both the visual characteristics and the value of plantation timber is through the use of wood dyeing technology, which can simulate the rich, attractive coloration of tropical hardwoods.
Handpainting is a particular method of applying dye to yarn in which dye is "painted" on the strands of yarn (as opposed to, say, pouring it on, or dyeing it in a kettle).
Modelling, Simulation and Control of the Dyeing Process
Post-dyeing refers to the dyeing of yarn or fabric after it is extruded.
Historically, indigo dye methods have never been particularly efficient: Indigo is insoluble in water, requiring the addition of salts in the dye bath--and even then, it binds poorly to cotton, meaning it usually takes several rounds of dyeing followed by oxidation to achieve a deep color.
He added he has already perfected the technique of dyeing the chows to look like pandas.
According to the World Bank, dyeing industries produce 20% of the industrial polluted water.