Vinotha.T, T.R.Indumathi
Terminilia chebula, Solanum torvum, Coffea, Poplin, natural dyes, colour fastness, eco-friendly.
The main idea of extracting dyes from plant (natural) sources is to avoid the environmental pollution. Present days with global concern over the use of eco-friendly and biodegradable materials, considerable research work is being undertaken around the world on the application of natural dyes in textile industry. The effluent problems of synthetic dyes occur not only during their application in the textile industry, but also during their manufacture and possibly during the synthesis of their intermediates and other raw materials. The use of natural dyes for textile dyeing purposes, decreased to a large extent after the discovery of synthetic dyes in1856. Dyes derived from natural sources have emerged as an important alternative to synthetic dyes. Our health is negatively impacted by synthetic dyes and all of the processes involved in regular dyeing. Natural colours can lessen the danger of synthetic dyes. As indigo is a natural dye, it has been utilised for thousands of years to colour fabrics. The objective of this study is to explore various raw materials used for the extraction of natural dyes includes Solanum torvum, Terminilia chebula, Coffea, the technique used to extract various natural dyes (aqueous method), and the characteristics of cloth (Poplin) that has been coloured using those dyestuffs. In studies, the majority of natural dyes demonstrated extremely good fastness characteristics. The dyes may be collected from a variety of sources, including trees, bark, leaves, flowers, and more. The majority of natural dyes have unique qualities including anti-microbial, low toxicity, low allergenicity, and UV protection.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

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