Mineral Wash

Mineral wash is a garment wash process that makes the fabric appear weathered. This is accomplished when a bleaching agent chemical is sprayed on to foam blocks. The blocks are then washed with the garments. As the blocks hit the garments the chemical removes the dye from the garment.

Pictured: TR 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton - 280 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton, 60% Cotton / 40% Polyester CVC, 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton TR

Dip Dye Wash

Dip Dye is a garment wash process in which the fully fashioned garments are arranged and dipped into a dye bath accordingly a pre-determined area or height. This process runs again and again until the desired effect is achieved.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 140 GSM

Preferred Fabrication is 100% Cotton but can also be used on 60% Cotton / 40% Polyester CVC

Enzyme Wash

Originally developed as a more environmentally-friendly alternative to stone washing, enzyme washing uses cellulase enzymes to “eat away” at the exposed cellulose, loosening some of the dye particles and giving the garment a worn, aged look.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 180 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton only

Cloud Wash

Cloud wash is a machine process that where dye is applied randomly through the wash process to create cloud stains on the garments. Because of this process, no two garments will look alike. Typically a darker dye is used than the ground color of the garment.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 300 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton, 60% Cotton / 40% Polyester CVC

Tie Dye Wash

Tie Dye Wash is a method of producing patterns by tying parts of the fabric to shield it from the dye. There are many effects that can be achieved using various colors and tying techniques until the desired effect is achieved.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 240 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton, 60% Cotton / 40% Polyester CVC

Burnout

Burnout wash uses a chemical process where the cotton fibers are removed from the garment until the desired effect is achieved. This process is primarily used in fabrics with atleast 2 different fibers to amplify the effect but usually requires at least 40% or more cotton.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 160 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton, 60% Cotton / 40% Polyester CVC, 65% Cotton / 35% Polyester TC

Bleach Wash

Bleach Wash is a garment dye process achieved by dry tumbling with pumice stones soaked with bleaching agents to produce a bleach effect on the garment. This chemical deposit removes color only from the outer surface of the garments and is applied until the desired effect is achieved.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 320 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton, 65% Cotton / 35% Polyester TC

Snow Wash

Originally developed as a more environmentally-friendly alternative to stone washing, enzyme washing uses cellulase enzymes to “eat away” at the exposed cellulose, loosening some of the dye particles and giving the garment a worn, aged look.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 300 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton only

Acid Wash

Acid Wash is a garment dye process using pumic stones and bleach to cause irregular fadding. The pumic stones act a brushing action on the garment fabric surface. The area where more brushing action takes place the more discolor or fadding affect is developed.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 190 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton only

Dirty Wash

Dirty Wash is a garment wash process that makes the fabric appear weathered. This is accomplished when a bleaching agent chemical is sprayed on to foam blocks. The blocks are then washed with the garments. As the blocks hit the garments the chemical removes the dye from the garment.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 160 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton only

Denim Wash

Denim wash is a garment dye process to give the garment a denim color and look. The process can use dry and wet techniques in varying amounts to reach the desired denim wash effect.

Pictured: 100% Cotton - 140 GSM

Applications: 100% Cotton only