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Textiles products are used in almost every aspect of industry including apparel, household products (wallpaper, carpet, upholstery), tire reinforcements, insulation, filter media, and packaging. Chemicals are an integral part of the textile manufacturing process which includes bleaching, dying and printing, conditioning, and finishing. This reference integrates data on more than 11,400 of these trade name and generic chemicals used in the overall manufacture and delivery of textiles. Some of the functional chemicals included in this reference are: Adhesives; Anticreasing Agents; Antifoaming Agents; Antioxidants; Antishrinking Agents; Antislip Agents; Antistats; Binders; Biocides; Bleaching Agents; Carriers; Chelating Agents; Coning Oils; Corrosion Inhibitors;Delustrants; Desizing Agents; Dye Assistants; Dye Fixing Agents; Dispersing Agents; Emulsifiers; Finishing Agents; Flame Retardants; Foaming Aids; Fulling Agents; Leveling Agents; Lubricants; Mercerizing Assistants; Oil Repellants; Oxidizing Agents; Penetrants; Preservatives; Reducing Agents; Retarding Agents; Scouring Agents; Sequestrants; Sizing Agents; Softeners; Soil Repellents; Solvents; Stripping Agents; Thickeners; UV Absorbers; Water Repellents; Wetting Agents; Whitening Agents
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