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Existence Loading
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08-16-2018 11:06 PM


Post: #31
RE: Existence Loading
1110.00)  Wrote: (06-15-2018 06:31 AM)
ALICE 2018: Vat Dyed Yarn, Part 2

Not all of my older ALICE Packs have aged the same. My much used 1974-dated pack has held its green well in the pack cloth, versus the khaki color, while its trim and webbing lost its green in favor of the khaki. My 1976 faded in the green department just a little, to wind up looking about the same as my 1984 mentioned in the post above. So different manufacturers may have used different methods to get the desired results with the fresh, new packs of their respective "eras." Dyeing on top of dyeing is likely the issue that is being manipulated, the last color dyed onto the yarn or cloth being the most subject to earlier fading out, using some kind of effective dyeing method, maybe all done when the yarn was spun.

There is a chance that the nylon itself is made in various colors (rich khaki, smoke grey, or white), and then vat dyed green on top of that (cheaper).
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