Investigation into the Ecological and Natural Dyeing with Medicinal Plants after Fermentation by NURUK and the Effect of Natural Additives

Title
Investigation into the Ecological and Natural Dyeing with Medicinal Plants after Fermentation by NURUK and the Effect of Natural Additives
Author(s)
박영미
Keywords
ecological; natural dyeing; medicinal plant; fermentation; NURUK
Issue Date
201212
Publisher
한국염색가공학회
Citation
한국염색가공학회지, v.24, no.4, pp.260 - 269
Abstract
The aim of this study was to develop higher-value added dyeing materials with the fermentation-dyeing -mordanting system using only the natural ingredients by integrating traditional fermentation techniques with traditional dyeing technique. Nuruk, which is used mainly to ferment traditional foods, was used as a fermenting agent to ferment 5 different types of materials. Acidic burnt alum and alkaline calcium hydroxide were used as natural mordants. The dyeability checked after fermentation showed that both cotton and silk mordanted with Gardenia jasminoides did not show notable changes, and 10 days of fermentation was found to be appropriate. Sophora japonica L. performed better on cotton materials mordanted with slaked lime, and alkaline mordants were found to be more effective than acidic ones. With Rheum coreanum, a fermentation period of more than 24 days (5th fermentation) worked best on cotton material, showing a 5 fold increase in the K/S value after the 5th slaked lime fermentation than with no fermentation. Rhus javanica L. was found to increase the color fastness to gentle washing and the fastness to light was found to possess 4 means that natural dyed fabric have the highest level of durability, the grade 1 the lowest level of fastness.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/26355
ISSN
1229-0033
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