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colorfast

[′kəl·ər‚fast]
(textiles)
Referring to a fabric that does not fade during normal wear.
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OUTDOOR RUGS is the solution to a long quest for outdoor durable and colorfast yarns that offer the softness of cotton.
It has a black wood frame, and the back and seat are made from spun-polyester fabric that's colorfast, water-repellant and fade-resistant.
With colorfast logwood dyes in use and in demand, the English Parliament lifted its ban on logwood in 1661 (3); the logwood trade then became increasingly profitable.
Colortime markers are easy for little hands to hold on to and the colorfast markers make it possible for children to wear or use their colored items immediately.
Tile surfaces are easily cleaned, hygienic, heat resistant, colorfast in sunlight, slip resistant, and long lasting.
A mineral with needle-like structure, wollastonite is so durable and colorfast, its uses vary from dental cleaning to strengthening the plastic used in automobile bumpers.
DuPont Ink Jet has introduced a new line of colorfast digital textile inks to the outdoor" fabric, flag and banner markets.
It holds a unique place among commercial carpets -- it is very stain resistant and colorfast.
The Clip-n-Sip is a durable, colorfast, rust-proof beverage holder that allows shoppers to drink a beverage as they shop.
The Qorograph format uses state-of-the-art, computer-based image-capture techniques and color technology perfected by DuPont to produce colorfast, water-resistant and accurate reproductions.
It remains colorfast for its entire lifetime; it is available in more than 100 colors and finishes, including matte, metallics, and other specialty finishes.