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The optimum conditions of pre-mordant dyeing with aluminum ion was the bath ratio of 1:25, dyeing temperature of 90℃, ph value of 5, and the concentration of aluminum mordant was 5 percent of the fabric and the concentration of the natural dye rhubarb was 60 percent of the fabric. Introduction People have been using natural dyes for dyeing fiber products since ancient times. With the influence of the global green revolution, the natural dyes began to be valued by the world because of its unique non-toxic,non-allergic and skin carcinogenicity, good biodegradability [1, 3-5].
2 The Program of orthogonal experiments and test results （A）temperature/℃ No. 3 The color characteristic value of dyed wool fabric No. 48 10. 222 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 Conclusions The rhubarb dye in the boiling water was stable for at least two hours, so the rhubarb can dye in boiling water. The rhubarb extract was quite stable under acidic conditions and suitable for dyeing wool fabrics. the dye uptake of the fabric using aluminum pre-mordant dyeing method was 10% higher than that using direct dyeing method.
Advanced textile materials : selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2011 International Conference on Textile Engineering and Materials (ICTEM 2011), September 23-25, 2011, Tianjin, China by Huawu Liu; Xiaoming Qian; Knovel (Firm)