Aesthetics is a term used to describe textiles properties perceived by touch and sight, for example, colour, lustre, drape, texture or hand of fabrics.
Ghost claw is the name to describe blitz-like whitened lines on jeans made artificially in the finishing process. All these processes revolve around whitening.
Textile Finishing is the non-colouring process to make the woven or knitted fabric more acceptable to the consumer. Finishing processes include bleaching before dying; treatments, sizing applied after dying affecting touch treatments adding properties to enhance performance, such as shrinking.
Singeing is a phase of textile finishing when the fabric surface hair burnt or singed using a controlled flame, to give a clean appearance to the fabrics
AirDye (Air dye) is a brand new revolutionary technology that manages the application of colour to textiles without the use of water, developed and patented by the Californian based company Colorep.
Fault in textiles is a characteristic that does not fulfil a definite rule because a mistake does not automatically affect the usefulness of the product. An error is different from a defect.