Batching Jute

BATCHING JUTE
The process of softening jute and lubricating the fibre to enable it to pass more freely through the carding, drawing and spinning processes, without lapping upon the rollers. A softening mixture is composed of water, oil and soap.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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