Textile finishing involves processes for improvement in the appearance of textiles. The cradle of fabric life spans from fiber to finished fabric. The finishing step is the last step in the processing of textiles. The fabric's sheen changes either physically or chemically. The handle, drape, fullness, and usability of the fabric is improved to a large extent. Textile finishes can be temporary, semipermanent, or permanent. Different textile materials use different finishing techniques depending on the type of the fiber and its arrangement in yarn and fabric form; the physical properties of fibers such as swelling capacity and behavior when pressure is applied; the capacity of fibers to absorb chemicals; the susceptibility of materials to chemical modification; and the desirable properties of the material during its use.