Golden Tex

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“ Mi opinión personal sobre trabajar con Goldentex, es en relación a los personal bastante acogedora y agradable, y en los temas laborales son una empresa servicial, que su único objetivo es agradar al cliente, buscando todo tipo de soluciones.” Translation: “My personal opinion about working with Goldentex, is that the people are very welcoming and pleasant, and in the work relationship, they are a service oriented company, whose only goal is to meet the client’s expectations, offering all kind of solutions." .....More

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Goldentex carries diverse and unique products in various categories, but the real advantage of working with Goldentex, is their development abilities to match their items to their customers’ needs and to the fast pace global retail environment......More

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"G'Tex is a fantastic mill for all the latest fabrics in wools and wool blends. They have a great archive to source from and their fabric developments are accurate for the UK High St. My main orders with them for Marks & Spencer have been on their stretch quality fabric bases, both wool Lycra and poly wool Lycra. Both qualities have been successful in volume. A friendly team and great service is also what I recognize with Goldentex." .....More

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Easy going for new development, OK with smile for small orders,Finally I have nice fabric......More

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"Extensive range of fabrics for all tailored garment requirements, very competitive, good quality with an excellent design team" .....More

Wool Mark

Process   >>    Finishing


Is an integrated process of many steps, wet and dry, which dramatically impact many fabric characteristics such as the appearance, drape-ability, touch and feel, luster and shine, dimensional stability including extensibility, formability, bending rigidity, limiting hygroal expansion “humidity related expansion”, etc.
"Finishing is an integral step in the manufacture of all wool products. How well it is done dramatically impacts upon the handle, appearance and wear performance of the final knitted garment. Finishing aims to reduce or eliminate relaxation shrinkage, improve handle and appearance and remove any residual processing aids in knitted garments and fabrics.

Worsted-spun knitwear receives a very light wash and steam, whereas woollen-spun knitwear is washed more intensively to create the bulk and hairiness for which it is famous.

In woven fabrics finishing aims to relax and stabilise strains within the fabric that are introduced during spinning and weaving and remove any residual dirt, lubricants and waxes through washing. The typically smooth surface of a woven fabric is achieved by shearing-off surface fibres then pressing with high-temperature steam.

In both knitted and woven products finishing allows for the application of added value or functional finishes. Research has concentrated on reducing the damage that dyeing causes to wool. This includes reductions in the time of dyeing, reductions in the temperature of dyeing and the application of chemicals to block the damaging chemical reactions.

Other developments have been in the dyes themselves. The aim has been to develop dyes that can be used on most substrates, using the same application methods. This simplifies the dyeing processes and reduces the inventory of dyes that dyehouse needs to hold.

Machinery developments have also taken place, the main advance being in the area of automation. Virtually all modern machines are equipped with microprocessors to control the main operations. Systems are also available, particularly for yarn dyeing, to use robotics to fully automate the dyeing process."
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