It is considered the most modern and transgressive, although it is actually a centuries-old manual dyeing technique. It is a process in which garments are knotted or tied and then dyed. This technique can be used to make a large number of different patterns and designs with a lot of personality.
Our conventional dyeing processes have been constantly adapted and evolved to the new times. In the past, dyeing processes - whether reactive, direct, sulphurous, acidic or dispersed - were used in very long bath ratios of 1/40 (per kilo of material 40L of water). Nowadays, we use bath ratios of ¼ and 1/1 (1L of water per kilo of material). In this way we achieve less waste, less chemicals, less energy consumption and are more environmentally responsible. All our products comply with the European REACH regulations.
All these ageing effects are achieved through the use of air and rubbing agents that have a service life 50 times longer than traditional pumice. These processes are carried out with 0% water and 0% steam.
Natural dyeing: We manage to dye a garment with a glass of water using natural products without temperature. We are applying 100% natural organic dyes to benefit the health of the person wearing these garments. On the other hand, the health of our planet is taken into account. Being natural fabrics dyed with natural dyes, they are 100% biodegradable and biocompostable.
Recycrom: This is a revolutionary technology in the sector. Textile waste is shredded and a coloured powder is created which is then used to dye the garments. They are 100% recycled dyes and give the garment a natural aged look.
Dyeing of the future: We use waterless dyeing and foam dyeing through the bubble system or foam system. Which, in turn, help the environment.