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What is gray fabric?
Last Updated: 1st March, 2020
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Just so, what is GREY fabric in textile?
Definition: Most people assume that greige refers to a color, but it's actually a fabric. Greige is an unfinished woven or knitted fabric that hasn't been bleached or dyed. It can be used for upholstery, window treatments, clothes and more.
what are the 2 main types of finishing processes for fabrics? There are two basic genres of functional finishes, and the most basic are the aesthetic finishes. These increase the appearance of the fabric (remember, looking good is a purpose of textiles). For example, cotton may be bleached to make it whiter or starched to increase the weight and shine.
Likewise, what is GREY fabric inspection?
Grey Fabric Inspection. Process Definition: Grey fabric inspection is the process of identifying weaving faults in the fabric just after the grey fabric production in the loom.
What is Cire fabric?
Ciré is a highly glazed wax finish applied to fabric through a process of heat and pressure, known as calendering (remember calamanco?) which is giving a wet or polished look. The name can also refer to the fabric or garment with the resultant finish.