DOI: 10.2478/ftee-2023-0044 ISSN: 2300-7354

Impact of Tie-Dye Techniques on the Durability and Aesthetic Appeal of Textiles

Xinmei Meng, Chen Yang, Chunyan Zhu
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • General Environmental Science
  • Materials Science (miscellaneous)
  • Business and International Management


This study aims to investigate the influence of tie-dye techniques on the durability and aesthetic appeal of textiles. To address the issues of textile damage and visual aesthetics during usage, researchers conducted comparative experiments using five tie-dye fabric techniques and a wax-resist technique. The experimental results revealed that textiles processed through the folding and clamping dye method exhibited notable resistance to breakage in terms of durability. Textiles treated with the stitch and bind dye method demonstrated significant advantages over other processing methods in terms of colorfastness, fabric luster, and visual attractiveness. The study findings indicate a positive impact of tie-dye techniques on the durability and aesthetic appeal of textiles. By employing tie-dye techniques, the durability of the textiles remained uncompromised while enhancing their aesthetic appeal. This technique is suitable for everyday use, and it also improves the visual quality of textiles, making them more competitive in the market. Therefore, tie-dye techniques offer an effective and promising improvement method for the textile industry, with wide potential applications in practical production.

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