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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2017)
Fully chemical free garment dyeing


Author(s): Dr. Shaikh Md. Mominul Alam, Salma Katun Sela, AKM Nayab-Ul-Hossain, Md. Masud Kaisar Sajib and Md. Rakibul Hasan

Abstract: Despite the wide spread use of synthetic dyes, natural dyes are still exploited and used to enhance its inherent aesthetic qualities as a major material for beautification of the body. Centuries before the discovery of synthetic dyes, natural dyes were the only source of dye open to mankind. Dyes are extracted from plant -leaves, roots and barks, insect secretions, and minerals. However, research findings have made it clear that of all, plants- leaves, roots, barks or flowers are the most explored and exploited. During the normal processes, different types of chemicals are used for functional purpose & aesthetic issues. All the chemicals are produced through a series of reaction & have the minimal amount of side effects to our environment & human ecology. Without the use of dyes & chemicals, normally this is undesirable to get colored product. This paper investigates that dyeing can be carried out on bleached garment (T-Shirt) without using any chemicals & synthetic dyestuff & also able to impart Tie dyeing effect with maintaining the quality issues.

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Dr. Shaikh Md. Mominul Alam, Salma Katun Sela, AKM Nayab-Ul-Hossain, Md. Masud Kaisar Sajib, Md. Rakibul Hasan. Fully chemical free garment dyeing. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(6):187-191.
International Journal of Chemical Studies