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Alum or aluminum potassium sulfate is a white crystalline powder that is completely soluble in water. It is one of the most common mordants used for dyeing various types of fibers. One of its significant properties is that it does not affect the shades of pigments (it brightens yellow), but rather …

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Renowned for its ability to create rich and deep tones, iron sulfate powder is a valuable tool for artists and woodworkers. This substance reacts with natural tannins, making colors darker and deeper. Iron sulfate also slightly improves color durability against light and washing, ensuring long-last…

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A new mordant, ideal for cellulose fibers such as cotton, linen, hemp, and viscose, and capable of replacing traditional aluminum acetate, is aluminum lactate. Aluminum lactate is a product derived from lactic acid, which, in turn, is obtained from renewable sources in the sugar or starch industry …
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Aluminum acetate is considered by practitioners to be a more suitable mordant for cellulose fibers (such as cotton, linen, hemp, viscose) compared to alum. Usage rate: 5-10% relative to the dry weight of the fabric. With 100g of aluminum acetate, you can mordant at least 1kg of fabric.
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