16 May '18, 3pm

Filippa K adopts biological dyeing

Filippa K adopts biological dyeing

Colorifix’s technology, which converts agricultural by-products such as sugar molasses into colorants suitable for textile dyeing, has been found to significantly reduce water consumption and virtually eliminates toxic chemicals from production. The company’s solution is also compatible with Eurojersey’s nylon stretch fabrics.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2018051623482/fashion-retail-n...

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