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Fabric Finishes

A fabric finish is applied at different stages of the production process and
improves the appearance or properties of a product.

Fabric finishes are used to:
Enhance appearance
Change texture
Improve feel and drape
Modify wearing qualities
Modify care requirements

There are 4 different finishing processes:
1. Physical…

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Flame Resistance to Proban Chemicals Children's
resistant flames- slow applied at the nightwear
down yarn or fabric
burning stage
Shrink Resistance to Resin based childrenswea
resistant shrinking finish or r
chemical
treatment
with chlorine
can be used


Physical finishes
Involves machine that use heat, pressure, steam and mechanical processes
A…

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Biological Finishes
Involves the use of natural enzymes. Used for plant-based fibres such as cotton.
Enzymes and bacteria will be used to biostone denim. Less expensive than
stonewashing and more environmentally friendly.

Finish Fabrics it can be applied How it is done
to
Biostoning Cotton, tencell, lyocell A process of…

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