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burnt-out fabric

The burnt-out fabric refers to the printing process of using a chemical agent to destroy a certain fiber component in a fabric such as blending, cross-twisting or interlacing. The method is to add an acidic chemical agent, such as sulfuric acid, aluminum sulfate, aluminum trichloride, etc., to the acid-resistant burnt pulp, and after printing, baking or steaming, high-temperature carbonization, a part of the cotton or viscose fiber printed with the acidic slurry is printed. It is corroded without damaging the silk or polyester, and then the fiber residue of the carbonized portion of the cotton or viscose fiber is washed away. An acid-resistant dye may also be added to the printing paste to allow the dyeing of one fiber while dyeing another fiber such as silk to obtain a colored burnt print.


The surface of the burnt-out fabric has a bumpy appearance, a prominent pattern, a clear outline, a smooth feel and a translucent visual sense. Can rotted patterns, but also rotten to the bottom of the pattern. Common rotten flower fabrics include rotten velvet, burnt cotton and silk fabric, and burnt cotton and cotton fabric. Burnt-out fabrics are commonly used in home furnishing, bedding and other fabrics.