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 JTST  Vol.6 No.3 , August 2020
Study on Fabric and Seam Strength Loss of Denim Trousers for Different Washing Treatments
Abstract: This paper shows that fabric and seam strength loss (%) of the selected denim trousers occurred for different washing applications. At first, a commonly used denim fabric of 12.5 Oz/yd2 was selected to make the trousers containing two types of seam i.e. superimposed and lapped seam. Then bleach, enzyme and acid wash were applied on the produced trousers and fabric & seam strength loss were determined by using related standard and equipment. It was found that fabric strength loss is higher in case of acid wash and the loss of seam strength is higher in case of enzyme wash.
Cite this paper: Rashid, M. and Rahman, M. (2020) Study on Fabric and Seam Strength Loss of Denim Trousers for Different Washing Treatments. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 6, 114-122. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2020.63009.
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