The provided Acid Redrange has higher atomic weights and higher substantivity for fleece than quick or leveling acid colors. They have less sulphonate groups per color particle and henceforth, they possess lower water dissolvability. These dyes have a solid propensity to aggregate even in hot water giving colloidal concentrations. Coloring with our Acid Red is typically begun within the sight of sodium acetic acid derivation or ammonium sulfate as well as is done in the pH scope from 5.0 to 7.0. The exhaustion is expanded by the inclusion of acidic solution. They have low paces of dispersion in fleece and subsequently helpless leveling capacity.