Dyeing properties of textiles by Turkish hazelnut (Corylus colurna): leaves, coat, shell and dice


Tutak M., Benli H.

COLORATION TECHNOLOGY, cilt.128, ss.454-458, 2012 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier

  • Cilt numarası: 128 Konu: 6
  • Basım Tarihi: 2012
  • Doi Numarası: 10.1111/j.1478-4408.2012.00399.x
  • Dergi Adı: COLORATION TECHNOLOGY
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.454-458

Özet

Turkey has a great number of hazelnut trees that possess nutritious components. However, only the inside part of the hazelnut is used as a nutrient, while the rest of it is waste. This study suggests that the waste parts of the Turkish hazelnut could be used as a natural dye for dyeing textile fabrics. The dyeing properties of the leaves, coat, shell and dice of the hazelnut were studied on wool, cotton and viscose fabric by using three different mordants: copper sulphate, iron sulphate and aluminium sulphate. The selected dyed fibre sample surfaces were observed using a scanning electron microscope. The colour strength (K/S), light, washing, rubbing, and perspiration fastness levels of the dyed fabrics were investigated. The experimental natural dyeing results indicate that waste hazelnut-based products can be used as a natural dye for textile coloration.
Turkey has a great number of hazelnut trees that possess nutritious components. However, only the inside part of the hazelnut is used as a nutrient, while the rest of it is waste. This study suggests that the waste parts of the Turkish hazelnut could be used as a natural dye for dyeing textile fabrics. The dyeing properties of the leaves, coat, shell and dice of the hazelnut were studied on wool, cotton and viscose fabric by using three different mordants: copper sulphate, iron sulphate and aluminium sulphate. The selected dyed ?bre sample surfaces were observed using a scanning electron microscope. The colour strength (K / S), light, washing, rubbing, and perspiration fastness levels of the dyed fabrics were investigated. The experimental natural dyeing results indicate that waste hazelnut-based products can be used as a natural dye for textile coloration.