TITLE

DYEABILITY OF CROSSLINKED CATIONIC COTTON FABRICS

PUB. DATE
January 1987
SOURCE
Book of Papers, National Technical Conference of AATCC;1987, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Three cationic additives were grafted to cotton by means of crosslinking agents to produce smooth dry, crosslinked fabrics with cationic grafts. Because of these grafts, the fabrics were dyeable with anionic dyes. This paper describes the techniques used for testing and dyeing these fabrics, and data are presented on colorfastness to laundering, lightfastness and other properties.
ACCESSION #
59361532

 

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