9th International Science Congress (ISC-2019).  International E-publication: Publish Projects, Dissertation, Theses, Books, Souvenir, Conference Proceeding with ISBN.  International E-Bulletin: Information/News regarding: Academics and Research

Dyeing of Bamboo with Tea as a natural Dye

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Food Sciences and technology, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, INDIA
  • 2 Department of Textile Chemistry, Faculty of Technology and Engineering, The M. S. University of Baroda, Vadodara, INDIA
  • 3 Department of Applied Chemical Sciences and Technology, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, INDIA

Res. J. Engineering Sci., Volume 1, Issue (4), Pages 21-26, October,26 (2012)

Abstract

Dyeing of bamboo fabric with green tea as a natural colorant had been investigated. The dyeing process was carried out (with and without mordanting) using pre-extracted dye stock employing either 100% water or solvent: water (1:9) mixture as the extraction medium. Three different qualities of tea leaves were used as source of colour extraction. The dyeing properties on bamboo fabric had been evaluated. Dye exhaustion, colour depth in terms of K/S, washing fastness, light fastness, etc were compared for dyeing performed at 90°C for 1hour using four extracted dye stocks on pre-mordanted and unmordanted samples.

References

  1. Teli M.D. and Paul R., Dyeing of textiles with natural dyes, International Dyers, 191(4), 29-32 (2006)
  2. Ferreira E.S.B., Hulme A.N., McNab H. and Quye A., The natural constituents of historical textile dyes, Chemical Society Reviews, 33329-336 (2004)
  3. Picard and Dennis, The biochemistry of green tea polyphenols and their potential applications in human skin cancer, Alternate Medicine Review, 1, 31-42 (1996)
  4. Vankar P. S., Chemistry of Natural Dyes, Resonance,5, 73-80 (2000)
  5. Lin J., He X., Hu Y., Kuang T. and Ceulemans R., Lignification and Lignin Heterogeneity for Various Age Classes of Bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) Stems, Physiologia Plantarum, 114, 296-302 (2002)
  6. Amada S. and Untao S., Fracture properties of bamboo,Composites Part B 32, 451-459 (2001)
  7. Vankar P.S., Handbook on Natural dyes for Industrial Applications. National Institute of Industrial Research, Delhi, (2006)
  8. Deo H.T. and Desai B.K, Dyeing of cotton and jute with tea as natural dye, Colourage, 48,33-38 (2006)
  9. Singh K., Kaur V., Mehra S. and Mahajan A., Solvent-assisted dyeing of polyester with Heena, Colourage, October, 60-64 (2006)
  10. Kaur V., Nagpal A., Dhawan K., Malhotra K. and Bal A., Dyeing of wool with Tea as a natural dye, Colourage, February, 42-48 (2012)
  11. Thomas B. and Mussak R, Handbook of Natural Colorants 2009)
  12. Peterson J., Dwyer J., Bhagwat S., Haytawitz D., Holden J., Eldridge A. L., Beecher G. and Aladesanmi J., Major flavonoids in dry tea, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 18(6), 487-501 (2005)
  13. Standard Methods for the Determination of Color Fastness of Textiles and Leather, (5th edition), Society of Dyers and Colorists, Bradford, UK, (1990)