Unique colour brilliance thanks to solution-dyeing

Whether a fabric keeps its brilliant colour in the long-term is determined by the way it is manufactured. The traditional method is to spin the yarn first and then dye it. This is known as yarn dyeing (radishes). With this process, it cannot be ruled out that the colour may fade.

By contrast, weinor's fabrics are solution-dyed. This means that the colour pigment is stored in the fibres during the spinning process. They are then spun into a yarn. The finished yarn is therefore saturated with dye through and through (carrot). weinor's acrylic fabrics have been on the market for decades and are the best possible proof that colours can remain brilliant for a very long time.

Additionally: The production of colour-fast weinor fabrics uses 90% less water than traditional yarn or woven fabric dyeing methods.