The color index (CI) number, developed by the Society of Dyers and Colorists, is used for dye classification. Once the chemical structure of a dye is known, a five digit CI number is assigned to it.
A term used to describe how dye rubs off fabric on skin or other fabric.
Dips is used to describe fabric or yarn when they in dye. Indigo yarns dipped in an indigo bath usually 6 times but up to 16 times.
Dyeability is a term used to describe the ability of a fibre or textile fabric to be dyed. One of the most important properties for a textile fibre is dyeability. A range of applications to some man-made (synthetic) fibres have been, and still is, limited ability or poor dyeability. Read more..
Dyes Low Impact – dyes that are more environmentally friendly than conventional dyes because they contain no metals, low salt, AZO & dioxazines compound free. Named Low Impact because it use less water to disperse the dye; less dye is used and waste water is carefully filtered to remove as many of the dye particles as possible. Read more..