Faults in Garments

Faults in garments are three types. These are:
  1. Critical fault.
  2. Major fault.
  3. Minor fault.
Critical fault: The faults present in garments lead the garments to be rejected directly are called critical fault. This garment should not pass for shipment.
Example:
a.       Hole in the garments.
b.      Shade variation of the garments fabric etc.
Major fault: The faults which are present in garments may not lead the garments be rejected rather after removing this faults garments are executed for shipment is called major fault.
Example:
a.       Spot in the front part.
b.      Seam puckering.
c.       Slipped stitch.
d.      Broken stitch etc.
Minor fault: The faults which are present in the garments cannot lead the garments be rejected rather if small quantity of this fault are present in the garment, garments can be accepted for shipment. This type of fault is called minor fault.
Example:
a.       Spot in the under part.
b.      Sewing problem in the under part etc.

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