1. Excellent cleaning, leveling, penetration and emulsification properties.
2. Acid, alkali and hard water resistance, good biodegradability.
3. It has a good washing effect on various fibers, and gives it a soft and smooth feel.
4. It can wash and remove floating color for dyeing and printing fabrics.
5. It can be used as degreasing agent and detergent in silk production.
It is suitable for high temperature and high pressure dyeing of polyester ultra-fine fabrics.
Add the water directly, open three or one open four
1. Washing: 0.5-3g/L
2. Soaping: 0.5-2g/L
3 degreasing: 0.5-2g/L
Please adjust the specific process according to the sample.
Packaging and Storage
Packaging & Storage
120kg plastic drum, sealed and stored in the dark, with a shelf life of 6 months at room temperature.
Three Main Packaging Types: Woven Bags/Plastic Barrels /IBC Drum
What are soaping agents?
What is "Soaping agent"? Removal of excess unfixed dye present on the fiber surface is an important point to obtain a dyed product with excellent fastness. After dyeing, it is possible to remove unfixed dye by rinsing with a large amount of water.
What is the purpose of soaping the fabric after dyeing?
The main purpose of soaping is exactly in order to remove the hydrolised dye that attaches on fiber, not set dyestuff and other impurity.
What is the purpose of soaping?
When used for cleaning, soap solubilizes particles and grime, which can then be separated from the article being cleaned. In hand washing, as a surfactant, when lathered with a little water, soap kills microorganisms by disorganizing their membrane lipid bilayer and denaturing their proteins.
What is the best temperature for soaping?
120-130 ° F.
For most soapers, the preferred temperature of soaping lye and oils are 120-130 ° F. In addition, many soapers and books believe it is helpful to have the lye and oil within 10 degrees of each other. The temperature range of 120-130 ° F is popular for several reasons.