Why Should We need to Test Colour fastness to Rubbing/crocking for garments.

A girl wearing red embroidered skirt sits in car having white seat upholstery. And when she leaves the car the seat covers are turned red.

The reason is transfer of colourant from the surface of a coloured yarn or fabric to another surface or adjacent area of the same fabric principally by rubbing.

Evaluates the degree of colour transfer from the textile surface to other surface we need to test Colour fastness to Rubbing.

Why Should We need to Test Colour fastness to Rubbing/crocking for garments?

***To determine the resistance of tested sample to rubbing.


***This determines the quality of dying or printing including the quality of colourant used and the quality of process involved in producing the coloured textile/textile end product.

 

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