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Effect of selected commercial detergents used at various temperatures on wool

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      • Typescript.Thesis (M.S.)--Oregon State University, 1965.Bibliography: leaves 126-143.

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        LC Classifications1965
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        Paginationxvi, 121 p. :
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Some may be made machine washable, by blending with a washable fiber, or the yarn may be treated with a chemical finish. Each activity contains comprehensive information for teachers and technicians, including full technical notes and step-by-step procedures. Dreher are employed by the Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research. To bleach, use a dry oxygen bleach.

Comparison of Cleaning Treatments for Conservation and Restoration of Cotton, Wool and Silk Fabrics

The science of modern soap-making was born some 20 years later with the discovery by Michel Eugene Chevreul, another French chemist, of the chemical nature and relationship of fats, glycerine and fatty acids. Hauppauge, NY, Nova Science Publisher, p. Therefore, garments containing rubber should be laundered frequently without chlorine bleach.

Starches, fabric finishes and sizings, used in the final rinse or after drying, give body to fabrics, make them more soil-resistant and make ironing easier. Dyeing Dyeing can occur at several points during the wool manufacturing pipeline depending on whether the wool goes through the woollen or worsted process. If a wool sample is more variable, or has a higher standard deviation than the one allowed for that grade, the grade is then lowered one spinning count. Toxicologists compare the expected exposure to the expected effect during both product manufacture and use.

Wool can be dyed at the fibre, yarn, fabric or garment stage. Detergent surfactants were developed in response to a shortage of animal and vegetable fats and oils during World War I and World War II. If you have heavy soil, with lots of body odor and lots of ; you need a heavy-duty detergent.

May be hand or machine washed, using warm, not hot, water. The historical, physical, socio-economic, psychological aspects of textiles have long been undermined. Continuous processes are preferred today because of their flexibility, speed and economics. Powder detergents are produced by spray drying, agglomeration, dry mixing or combinations of these methods.

The planned use of a cleaning product ingredient is acceptable if the predicted exposure concentration is lower than the concentration that would harm animals, plants or microorganisms. Apparel, although a basic part of our existence, has not received enough scholarly attention. Follow Permanent Care Label Instructions.