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Neegality colouring

Irregular colouring of a fabric. Reasons for such irregularity in colour may vary The first group consists of mainly wrong or irregular construction of products, spinning, weaving or knitting defects in goods. Another group is formed by incorrect pre-preparation of a fabric, in particular by failure to adhere to the prescribe technological process of individual stage of pre-preparation, or by residue of preparations, sizes, soaps, detergents, acids, alkalis or other supplementary preparations. Additionally, uneven humidity in the goods, its deformations, shifted spacing etc. The last group comprises defects caused by the colouring itself. For example it includes defects caused by failure to adhere to the technology process, wrong selection or setting of a machine, guiding elements, temples, faulty preparation of dye bath, low quality of water and other additives. Products may have strips or bands (defect probably originated in weaving or spinning mill), lighter and darker spots, local pigmentation. Products may be wrinkled caused by faulty colouring. Local spots may be caused by staining the products by lye or acid or any other supplementary preparations. Structure defects may be caused by uneven wound lap of the goods etc.

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