Inkjet Printing of Linen Fabrics Pretreated with Atmospheric Plasma and Various Print Pastes
In this study, linen fabrics were inkjet printed with reactive dyes after air argon plasma treatments. Sodium alginate (ALG), carboxymethlycellulose (CMC), chitosan (CHT), ALG+CHT, CMC+CHT, and their combinations, were used as pretreatment print pastes prior to plasma pretreatment. The color yield and the fastness properties of the printed fabrics were evaluated. The CMC+CHT pretreatment print paste gave the best color yield with or without plasma pretreatment. Colorfastness values were not affected by the type of pretreatment print paste. However, plasma pretreatment slightly improved the colorfastness.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2017
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