Dyes, Pigments, Paints, And Coatings Are Colouring Ingredients That Come In The Form Of Tiny, Solub

Various colouring compounds used to provide colour to commercially produced textiles, papers, leathers, rubbers, and other beverages are referred to as dyes and pigments. Dyes are water-soluble materials that are mostly applied in liquid form to objects made of plastic, textiles, leather, paper, and wood. Disperse, reactive, azo, vat, sulfur- and solvent-based dyes are a few of the frequently used variations. In contrast, Dyes, Pigments, Paints, and Coatings are colouring ingredients that come in the form of tiny, soluble particles that mix with liquid paint or ink to generate colours. They are typically used with a dispersion agent to adhere the pigment to the material's surface