ISO 17700:2004 Preview
Footwear -- Test methods for uppers, linings and insocks -- Colour fastness to rubbing
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2008. Therefore this version remains current.
ISO 17700:2004 specifies two test methods for assessing the degree of damage (marring) and transfer of a material's surface colour during mild dry or wet abrasion. The methods are applicable to all footwear uppers, linings and insocks irrespective of the material, in order to assess suitability for end use.
ISO 17700:2004 also specifies a method for determining the likelihood of colour bleeding from materials and components such as sewing threads and shoe laces due to the action of water and artificial perspiration solutions, in order to assess suitability for end use.
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