Definition of deluster in English:

deluster

Syllabification: de·lust·er
Pronunciation: /dēˈləstər
 
/
(Britishdelustre)

verb

[with object]
Remove the luster from (a textile), typically by chemical treatment.
More example sentences
  • The cloth often has a dull appearance, which is achieved in the case of manufactured fibres by delustring.
  • Dyeing and delustering for semi- and fully synthetic spinning solutions.
  • It is free from oversize particles which might adversely affect its performance in fibre delustring and is soft in nature, thus exhibiting low abrasion characteristics.

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