Aesthetics is a term used to describe textiles properties perceived by touch and sight, for example colour, lustre, drape, texture or what is also known the hand of fabrics or garments. Read more.
Fault in textiles is a characteristic that does not fulfil a definite rule, because a fault does not automatically affect the usefulness of the product. A fault is different from a defect. A defect means that it’s impossible to use the product, in this case the final garment or fabric. Read more..
Laser treatment is a textile finishing is a method used to fade denim fabric by producing patters such as dots, lines, text and symbols. With the use of the large system of lenses and mirrors beams the laser and expands its projections when it passes through a hole with desired shapes. Read more..
Textile Finishing is the non-coloring process to make 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. Read more..