The textile manufacturing process usually begins with undyed yarn or undyed sheets of cloth. This yarn or cloth is then dyed to match a color specification. Only a limited amount of cloth can be dyed at once. The resulting batch of cloth is called a dye lot. There are variations in the textile dying process that cause each lot to appear slightly different in color (read more about dye lots). Our manufacturers make every effort to minimize dye lot inconsistency during the production process, especially for a single SKU. However, the availability of cloth from a single dye lot dictates how realistically they can do this. Because dye lot differences are a fundamental part of the textile production process, they are not considered product defects.
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