EXTRACT FROM OAK BARK USED AS AN ANTIBACTERIAL COLOURANT FOR POLYAMIDE TEXTILES

Dr. Hana Křížová, Prof. Jakub Wiener

Abstract


The aim of this study was to test properties of the polyamide fabrics dyed using extract from oak bark that is a rich source of hydrolysable tannins. Tested were: optimal conditions for water extraction, light and wash fastness, health safety and antibacterial properties for use of clothing with sweat and bacteria exposed areas, such as socks. The results showed that all samples also met the strict requirements for children's clothing.

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Polyamide fabric, oak bark, tannin, antibacterial, fastness, natural dyes

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