What do o.w.f and bath ratio mean in the dyeing and finishing process?

o.w.f means on weight of fabric. It is used to indicate the percentage of dye when dyeing refers to the ratio of the amount of dye to the weight of the fabric.
The concentration in the dyeing and finishing process is based on the weight of the fabric, relative to the percentage of the fabric.
For example: under certain conditions, dyeing 100 kg of fabrics, the amount of dye is 4% (owf), which means that dyeing these fabrics requires: 100 x 0.04=4 kg of dye
Liquor ratio: refers to the ratio of fabric to dye liquor in the dip dyeing method. Also known as liquor ratio. Refers to the weight ratio of textiles to dye liquor
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