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We are specializing in Natural Dyes manufacturers, many years of experience in production and sales of natural dyes. For more information, please contact sales@zelang.net!

Our natural dyes product sales to the United States, Britain, Russia, France, Germany, Japan, Korea and so on! The company has advanced equipment and extraction natural dyes experienced workers, to ensure completion of the export natural dyes demand large orders!

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"Colorant" is used as a name for materials such as dyes and pigments. Ability of natural colorant to be used as natural dyes has been known since ancient times. A dye can generally be described as “a colored substance that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is being applied”. The dye is usually used as an aqueous solution, and may require a mordant to improve the fastness of the dye on the fiber. In contrast, a pigment generally has no affinity for the substrate and is insoluble.

What is color and its uses?

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Color and its various uses come over the horizon from pre‐historical period by all cultural groups and on all major land masses. The ancestors of man must have noticed (perhaps with or without understanding) the abundance of multitude of colors worn by nature. Certainly it would have been fascinating to them. Every civilization has its myth and association with color. Aristotle, the great philosopher of the fourth century BC, considered yellow and blue (www.colour‐affects.co.uk Color Affects‐ History of Color) to be the two primary colors relating to life's polarities. A physicist considers that black and white are no colors. Psychologically, however black and white are colors because they produce visual sensation and they have strong effects on other colors either by mixing or by juxtaposition. The greatest contribution to our understanding of color came from men whose work combined science and mathematics with art, metaphysics and theology ‐ indeed the sum of human study.

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