Flow Chart of Garment Washing

Garment wash:
Washing process in which heavy or slight soiling is removed and transferred to the water in the form of a solution or dispersion. Washing has the effect of cleaning surfaces. The resulting effect is several physical/ chemical processes. Garment wash is the best touch of a garment. It is a new technology in the garment trade. Same type of garments can produce several effects for several wash. To create wash look appearance, seems the new touch of fashion. Different types of garment wash give different types of looks.

Types of garment wash:

There are various types of garment wash. Basically they are classified in two ways.

    A. Wet Washing Process
    B. Dry Washing Process

A. Wet Washing Process:

  1. Normal wash or Detergent wash
  2. Enzyme wash
  3. Acid wash
  4. Enzyme-stone wash
  5. Pigment wash
  6. Bleach wash
  7. Bleach-stone wash
  8. Stone wash
B. Dry Wash Process
  1. Sand blasting
  2. Whisking or wrinkling
  3. Hand scrapping
  4. PP spraying (Potassium per magnet spray)
  5. Destroying
garment wash
Fig: Garment wash
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