What is greige? Greige refers to the fabric that has not been processed after weaving. Natural fabrics for printing and dyeing. The billet cloth on industry is to point to fabric commonly, perhaps laminated greige, the greige of glue.
What are the kinds of greige?
It is a versatile fabric used mainly for clothes such as blouses, dresses and jackets. Viscose is not only for clothes but is also used in the manufacturing of upholstery, bedding, carpets, cellophane and even sausage casing!
Greige often contains a certain amount of impurities, such as companion organisms of cellulose fiber (wax, pectin, nitrogen, ash, natural pigment, and cottonseed shell, etc.), oil agent on chemical fiber, oil agent imposed or sticky in the textile process, warp size during weaving, etc.
The yarn has a structure similar to the plied yarn, with less hairiness, which makes the fabric look smooth, feel smooth, soft, elastic, resistant to friction, and breathable. It has become the yarn used for weaving high-grade fabrics.
After finishing the fabric is endowed with colour effect, morphological effect (bright and clean, suede, crisp, etc.) and actual effect (waterproof, felting, wash and wear, decay, fire resistant, etc.) technology treatment, fabric finishing is the main method to improve the fabric through chemical or physical look and feel, improve performance or gives the technological process of the special features, Is the textile “icing on the cake” processing process.
Various after finishing processes:
Preshrinkage is the process of physically reducing the shrinkage of fabric after soaking in water to reduce the shrinkage rate. Mechanical pre-shrinkage is the fabric first by steam or spray to wet, and then by mechanical extrusion, so that the warp wave height increases, and then by loose drying.