Author: Michael Gamper

Understanding the Term

A RFD fabric refers to a white fabric that was processed through scouring and bleaching to remove starches, sizing or finishes applied to the fabric which could interfere with the dyeing. Scouring is done to improve dye uptake and absorption into the fabric and improve evenness in dyeing throughout the fabric length.

Application

Manufacturing factories use RFD fabrics as a base for dying or printing on finished goods.

RFD fabrics are created by processing Greige fabrics.

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