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Published on Thursday, 16 April 2015

Safer system for denim bleaching

Written by John Mowbray

AMSTERDAM – Italian textile chemical specialist Garmon SpA has launched a range of denim bleaching products that do not use permanganate, chlorine or any other halogenated chemicals for producing washed out or vintage looks in jeans. The company also says it is the first textile chemical company to have certain products certified to the 'Greenscreen' criteria developed by the US NGO 'Clean Production Action'.


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