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International Journal of Home Science

2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 2, PART B

Application of natural dye obtained from peel of black cardamom on silk fabric

Author(s): Renu Singh and Dr. Sangita Srivastava

Introduction: These days thernenvironmental protection has become a challenge for the textile industryrnbecause it uses a fairly large number of chemicals for dyeing and printing.rnThese chemicals are harmful for both human as well as environment. Syntheticrndyes suffer from several draw-backs. Some of the synthetic dyes which are evenrncarcinogenic and mutagenic have been banned. In this era of green mindedrnconsumer, interest in natural dyes has grown mainly because natural dyes havernbeen shown to possess health-promoting and eco-friendly properties. In thernpresent study, an attempt has been made to provide a new valuable resource ofrnnatural dye to the textile industry. Natural dye was extracted from peel ofrnblack cardamom (Amomum subulatum). Mordanting with alum was carried outrnby three different methods i.e. pre, simultaneous and post mordanting each inrntwo mediums i.e. alkali and aqueous. The dye fastness of dyed samples has beenrninvestigated using gray scale assessment method. The results for dyeing arernvery promising and hopeful.rnrn
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How to cite this article:
Renu Singh and Dr. Sangita Srivastava. Application of natural dye obtained from peel of black cardamom on silk fabric. International Journal of Home Science. 2017; 3(2): 94-96.
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