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Garment Dyeing

Garment dyeing post-construction offers versatile color effects, enhancing fashion trends.

Garment dyeing is a versatile and innovative method used in the textile industry to color garments and fabrics after they have been constructed. Unlike traditional dyeing processes that involve coloring fibers before they are woven or knitted, garment dyeing takes place after the garment is fully assembled. This approach allows for a unique set of advantages and creative possibilities.

In the garment dyeing process, finished garments are immersed in dye baths, allowing the color to penetrate the fabric. This technique offers several benefits, including the ability to achieve a wide range of hues and shades, as well as a slightly faded or vintage appearance. Garment dyeing is particularly popular for achieving washed-out, muted, or distressed color effects, which have become fashionable trends in various clothing styles.


    1. Material should be sent in fresh polybag.
    2. Material should not have any spots\ stains\ cut\ Damages.
    3. No spotting work should be done on pigment dye style.
    4. Spotting not to be done on dyed garments in case of Pigment, Neon Dyes.
    5. Blanket Washing is a must to understand the dye pick up as per roll.
    6. Sleeves should be tucked in all woven garments\ knitting garment if weight is below 250gm.
    7. Freeze all testing parameters from sampling stage.
    8. Clearly mention the matching source of buyer.
    9. Rejection percentage will be 5%.
    10. Final shade band will be finalized after 3 bulk lots, with physical signed garments.
    11. The material should be sent as per the lots made during blanket dyeing. This will help in reducing the shade band as we will be getting marked garment from each lot.
    12. We recommend having a pre – production so that everybody is aware of the callouts for running style.
    13. Production will be started only after 1st bulk lot approval.
    14. Clearly mention the Light Matching Source of buyer.

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