The purpose of a pure activation wash is to remove any residual dye that may not have bonded with the fabric during the dyeing process. This can happen if the fabric is not properly prepared before dyeing, if the dye concentration is too high, or if the dyeing process is not carried out correctly.
The pure activation wash typically involves using a specialized detergent or bleach solution that is designed to break down and remove any excess dye molecules that are still present in the fabric. The detergent or bleach is typically added to a large washing machine along with the fabric, and the cycle is run for a specified period of time.
During the wash cycle, the detergent or bleach solution helps to break down the excess dye molecules and remove them from the fabric. The cycle may be repeated several times until all of the excess dye has been removed and the fabric is a consistent and uniform color.
The benefits of a pure activation wash are many. For one, it ensures that the final product has a consistent and uniform color, which is important for many applications such as clothing, home textiles, and automotive textiles. Additionally, the process helps to improve the overall quality and durability of the fabric, as excess dye can weaken the fibers and cause them to degrade over time.