Reactive dye printing

Reactive dye printing is a method of printing a dye or wax by using mixes there of to create colors. With a binder and a heat-activated printing additive, images can be permanently bonded to the substrate (typically textiles, but can include cellulose, fibers, polyester, and even proteins). These reactions are generally heat-activated.

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