Reactive Softener: Properties, Advantages, And Disadvantages

Reactive Softener Reactive softener is not as commonly used as cationic or nonionic softener. It is applicable to all fibers and gives a permanent finish to textile materials. Properties of Reactive Softener The following are properties of reactive softeners: They are- Methods of Reactive softener application Pad – dry- calendar method is used to apply … Read more

Uses Of Silicon Softener | Amphoteric Softener

Softener Amphoteric softener and silicon softener are not widely used. Silicon softener is the latest type of softener. Properties of Amphoteric Softener: These molecules consist of one or longer alkyl chains attached to polar molecules which contain both anionic and cationic groups. Their nature depends on PH. Neutral PH: No ionic Lower PH: Cationic Higher … Read more

Nonionic Softener: Properties, Advantages, And Disadvantages

Nonionic Softener Nonionic softener is widely used on synthetic fibers and their blends. It is compatible to use for synthetic fibers. Properties of Nonionic Softener The properties of the nonionic softener are given below. Methods of Nonionic Softener Application Nonionic softener is used on fiber in the following way. Advantages and Disadvantages of Nonionic Softener: … Read more

Types Of Softening Agents | Requirements Of Softening Agents

Softening Agents Softening agents are one of the finishing agents which give softness, better handle, drape, cutting, and sewing qualities to the fabric. It is applied on the fiber, yarn, woven or knitted fabrics during the dyeing process. Softening agents are applied to the materials at the last stage of the dyeing process. Most of … Read more