What is Bleaching?

Bleaching is the process of removing color or stains from a fabric using chemical agents or other methods. It is commonly employed to lighten or whiten textiles, eliminating unwanted pigments or discolorations. Bleaching can be achieved through various techniques, including oxidative bleaching, reductive bleaching, or enzymatic bleaching. Each method utilizes different chemical agents, temperature conditions, or treatment durations to alter the color properties of the fabric. Bleaching is widely used in textile production, garment care, and restoration processes to enhance the aesthetics or cleanliness of the material. However, it should be performed with caution, as improper bleaching techniques or excessive use of bleaching agents can weaken or damage the fabric fibers.