delustre

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delustre

(diːˈlʌstə) or

deluster

vb (tr)
1. formal to remove the lustre from (something)
2. (Textiles) to remove the lustre or sheen from (a synthetic fabric) by the use of a chemical agent
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The 2250 denier is appropriate for loop constructions, creating a natural sisal look achieved with delustering agents.
Product 110594 is a delustering concentrate that is said to impart a matte finish to blown polyethylene film applications The manufacturer says that the product imparts an "appealing paperlike appearance" to film structures when used at a letdown ratio of 2:1.
Titanox 1070 and 1072 anatase grades are for fiber delustering.
Anatase grades, Titanox 1070 and 1072, are for fiber delustering.
Wellman's Fishbeck notes that PET reclaimed for fibers needs only the "traditional kind" of additives--such as optical brighteners and titanium dioxide pigment for delustering.
The anatase grades, Titanox 1070 and 1072, are recommended for fiber delustering.