The manufacture and export of native cloth have now been almost entirely superseded by the introduction of European piece goods.
The dyeing of piece goods may be effected by running them through the dye liquor either at full breadth or in rope form.
The imports consist of British piece goods, white and printed, with some woollens.
The drying of piece goods is done on steam-heated cylinders like those used for the drying of bleached goods (see Bleaching).
piece goods (apparently of different kinds) exported from Bengal in the seventeenth century.
Formerly the idea was prevalent among cotton dyers that the process which succeeds with piece goods would not answer with yarns.
The chief articles of import are piece goods, cotton yarn, oils and salt.
Much the same process may be followed for dyeing logwood black on warps and piece goods, jiggers being used for each operation.
The fiscal brought out cloths and piece goods for sale, but the fort opened fire when they chased a vessel under its shelter.
Besides, mineral oil stains from the machinery of the weaving-shed are of common occurrence in piece goods.