AATCC publishes standards that have been approved since the annual release of the AATCC Manual of International Test Methods and Procedures. The standards will be available for download from the AATCC website starting July 1, 2022. The revised test methods are as follows: TM15-2021e Test Method for Colorfastness to Perspiration TM209-2019e Test Method for pH … More AATCC 2022 Mid-Year Standards Supplement
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