Sundry Wash is actually a garment dyeing. The method is, the first, apply the special treatment on garments like glue or resisn. After the treatment, it becomes more difficult for dyestuffs to absorb into fabric due to the special treatment.
Uneven and vintage effect, due to the special treatment, is the characteristic of Sundry Wash.
This Sundry Wash is called by different names; sunshine wash, decol wash, blooming wash.
1. Sundry wash is actually a dyeing process.
2. Prepare blank(PFD) garments.
3. Need to do stitches on the bottom hem in order to prevent the garment from inside out.
4. Additional stitches could be applied anywhere required.
5. Dyeing after treatment.
6. After coating(treatment) is applied, a barrier is formed on the surface of the fabrics.
7. This coating(barrier) will block dyestuffs from the fabrics and difficult to get absorbed.
8. The coating is not flat on the surface. Especially, when there is a hi-low surface like a seam or joint, pocket, the thickness of the coating is various.
9. If the coating is thick, it's difficult for dyestuffs to absorb into fabrics. If the coating is thin, dyestuffs easily absorb into fabrics. As a result, there are hi-low effects created due to the uneven thickness of the coating.
Preparation for Bulk
1. Need to use 100% cotton fabric.
2. Nee to use 100% cotton threads.
3. Should not use too many cut panels, pockets, accessories, trims to avoid shading issues.
2. Heavy Wash Effect
3. Burnout Line Effect
4. Pocket Issue
5. Thread Color Change
6. Burnout Spot
7. Uneven Effect #1
8. Uneven Effect #2
9. CSD DYE Crocking Issue
10. Hole Issue