of wool may be carried out at a number of different processing stages. Wool
top, yarn, fabric and garments can all be dyed; the method selected will be the
one which best suits the processor's requirements such as price and production
is an integral step in the manufacture of all wool products. How well it is
done dramatically impacts upon the handle, appearance and wear performance of
the final knitted garment.
knitted garments and fabrics finishing aims to reduce or eliminate relaxation
shrinkage, improve handle and appearance and remove any residual processing
spun knitwear receives a very light wash and steam whereas woollen spun
knitwear is washed more intensively to create the bulk and hairiness for which
it is famous.
woven fabrics finishing aims to relax and stabilise strains within the fabric that
are introduced during spinning and weaving and remove any residual dirt, lubricants
and waxes through washing. The typically smooth surface of a woven fabric is
achieved by shearing-off surface fibres then pressing with high-temperature
both knitted and woven products finishing allows for the application of value
or functional finishes.
in the New Cloth Market, March, 2012.
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