Multifunctional multielement textile finishing agent
A fabric finishing agent and multi-functional technology, applied in fiber treatment, textiles and papermaking, etc., can solve problems such as single function and lack of smooth body feeling
Inactive Publication Date: 2016-08-10
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The invention relates to a polyester and pure cotton fabric functional textile finishing agent. The finishing agent is a multifunctional multielement textile finishing agent by compounding of the following components: 8-10% (weight percentage) of dimethyl siloxane, 20-30% (weight percentage) of nanoscale zinc oxide powder, 7-10% of diamino-modified silicone oil (weight percentage), 2-4% (weight percentage) of fatty acid monoglyceride, 1-3% (weight percentage) of white oil, 1-3% (weight percentage) of stearic acid, and 50-61% (weight percentage) of deionized water. The technical key points of the multifunctional multielement textile finishing agent lie in that: first, nanotechnology zinc oxide powder is introduced into a textile finishing process to produce excellent function, and second, active matters various design required functional active matters are employed for compounding, so that the active matters can coordinate to give play to respective functions so as to achieve the respective functions required by the design.
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