Purpose of Test Chemists use this test to determine whether the dyed or printed color on various fabrics will stand up to acid perspiration. It is designed for various fabrics, including: Yarn Dyestuffs Colored fibers Printed fibers Terminology Defined Colorfastness — Colorfastness is a fabric’s ability to retain color in various conditions. Simulated acid perspiration… Continue reading AATCC 15 Colorfastness to Perspiration
AATCC 8 Colorfastness to Crocking (wet & dry) Purpose of Test The colorfastness to crocking test method is designed to determine how much color is transferred from a colored textile to other surfaces. This test method was designed for textiles made from various fibers and with various coloring types: Yarn Other Fabrics Dyed Printed Other… Continue reading AATCC 8 Colorfastness to Crocking (Wet & Dry)
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