1. Disperse black:
Disperse black is not a single black, but is generally made up of three disperse dyes (such as disperse violet, navy blue, orange, etc.).
2. Reactive black:
The main component of reactive black is generally reactive 5# black, and the monochromatic 5# black is generally called navy blue, so reactive black is also made up of 3 or more reactive dyes.
3. Cationic black:
Cationic black is not a single color black, it is also made up of 3 cationic dyes mixed together.
4. Vat black:
There are two kinds of commonly used restore blacks: monochromatic black and mixed black. For example, restoring black RB is a kind of monochrome black (restoring black 9#).
5. Acid black:
Acid black is mainly monochromatic, such as acid black LD, in addition to monochromatic acid black, there is also acid black mixed with three primary colors; acid medium black is monochromatic.
6. Sulfur black:
Sulfur black is a mixture, but is a monochromatic black.
7. Direct black:
Direct dyes are generally monochromatic black, but the black used for blended dyeing is generally mixed with navy blue.