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Paper Title: A CRAM ON NATURAL DYEING BY POMEGRANATE AND EUCALYPTUS EXTRACT IN ORGANIC COTTON KIDS WEAR
Authors Name: Mrs.D.Anita Rachel , Gowtham Kumar
Unique Id: IJRTI1802013
Published In: Volume 3 Issue 2, February-2018
Abstract: The awareness and idea of this project is about the healthy garment towards the babies with the environmental concerns and ill effects on health caused by synthetic dyes has made the natural dyes comeback such as Pomegranate Extract and Eucalyptus leaves extract. Many natural materials from plant and animal sources are being identified as possible colorants; one such established colorant is eucalyptus leaves. Tea is primarily consumed in large quantity as a beverage all over the world. The reused tea dust as a colorant was explored in this study and its fastness property of silk fabric under different mordanting methods and mordant’s was evaluated. It was observed that the reused tea leaves contained colorants but more effort was involved in the extraction of dye to obtaining the required shade. The post mordanting method was found to have better color fastness and visual properties and alum significantly improved the fastness properties of the dyed samples. A natural dye extracted from eucalyptus leaves and Pomegranate Extract was applied to a silk and wool fabric by the use of two padding techniques, namely the pad-batch and pad-dry techniques under different conditions. Silk and wool fabrics dyed in a solution composed of eucalyptus extract from leaves showed a shade of pale yellow to brown. The exception was when the fabric was dyed with ferrous mordant, resulting in a shade of dark grayish-brown. The fastness properties ranged from good to excellent, while light fastness was fair to good.
Keywords: Eucalyptus leaves extract, Pomegranate Extract, Dyeing, Organic Cotton, Single jersey fabrics,Kids apparel
Cite Article: "A CRAM ON NATURAL DYEING BY POMEGRANATE AND EUCALYPTUS EXTRACT IN ORGANIC COTTON KIDS WEAR", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.3, Issue 2, page no.75 - 79, February-2018, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI1802013.pdf
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Published In: Volume 3 Issue 2, February-2018
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