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Discharge Dyeing

Discharging removes the color from fabrics and is the opposite of dyeing. This process is used to create natural or controlled patterns in textiles. Other common names are, bleaching or resist. It is known to bring dark colored fibers lighter. You can purchase specialty chemicals made to remove color from fabric in a liquid based form or paste. Such as industrial discharge processes that usereducing agents like asthiourea dioxide, sodium formaldehyde sulfoxylate, zinc formaldehyde sulfoxylateor tin chloride. You can also use the common household item, chlorine bleach. When using the discharge dyeing technique, most of the time another dye is applied to the area that is discharged to highlight it. Sometimes the new color is included in the discharge paste. Some dyes are easier to discharge, others are very difficult to discharge. Commercially dyed black fabric is known to produce unpredictable results in discharge. It is probably because black dyes are mixtures of several colors. Some discharge techniques decolorizethe dye but leave remnants fixed to the fiber, while others break the bond between the dye and the fiber.
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  • 2/60x40/72x68/44" Crackle Acid wash
  • 2/60x40/72x68/44" Crackle Acid wash
  • 2/60x40/72x68/44" Crackle Acid wash
  • 2/60x40/72x68/44" Crackle Acid wash
  • 2/60x40/72x68/44" Crackle Acid wash