Bleaching agents remove the indigo color from denim via oxidation or reduction, giving the garment a fashion or vintage look.
Bleaching grade and discoloration usually depend on the strength of the bleaching agent, liquor quantity, temperature and treatment duration.
Traditionally, the most used substances to bleach the denim are sodium hypochlorite and potassium permanganate.
However, these substances are dangerous for wildlife, especially the aquatic fauna, and for humans.
Garmon’s bleaching auxiliaries deliver:
Sets a new standard for excellence in the textile industry. It is a new generation compound to achieve marble affects on dyed garments or denim.