Fabric treatments are processes that make fabric softer, or water resistant, or enhance dye penetration after they are woven. Fabric treatments get applied when the textile itself cannot add other properties. Treatments include, scrim, foam lamination, fabric protector or stain repellent, anti microbial and flame retardant.
Different materials and chemical processes are needed for different purposes of fabric treatments. Alongside the materials and chemical process, known as treatment agents, are the treatment devices that work with them
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Antimicrobial technology adds a durable defense barrier on fabric, which helps fight odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew. This makes a product with antimicrobial fabric stay fresher longer so you can wear it with confidence. This lasting, continual protection against potentially harmful microbes lasts wash after wash.
Antimicrobial fabric stays cleaner for longer and in between washings. If a towel stinks less, you will wash it less because it maintains that “just laundered” feeling. New energy efficient washing practices do not get fabrics as clean. Adding antimicrobial product protection reduces the growth of odor causing microbes that remain on your clothes even after washing.
Sweat is a universal problem. When you sweat, the bacteria on your skin consumes the nutrients in your sweat and breaks it down, producing odor. Antimicrobial fabric inhibits the growth of unpleasant odors before they start on the garments by controlling bacterial growth.Given the propensity of odor buildup in performance wear.
Bacteria and fungi can degrade textiles in many ways. Repeated washing also negatively affects the lifecycle and speeds up degradation. When laundering a product less because it is made with antimicrobial fabric, you extend the life of the product.Micro-organisms and odors can have a destructive effect on clothing and other products.