In today’s society, textile producers and manufacturers strive to use as little harmful chemicals as possible in their finishing of textiles. Though, producing a completely chemical free fabric is nearly impossible, many companies work actively to scan and evaluate alternatives to chemical substances that have a negative effect on the environment and the human health. This book is written by two students at The Swedish School of Textiles, as a last thesis in the bachelor degree of Textile engineering. The presented work is a task handed out by a Swedish company, concerning the crease resistant finishing of their bed linen. This final work is meant to provide the collaboration partner with a global scan of potential suppliers of resins for this particular finishing. To reassure the quality of the scan, obtained resins were treated on cellulosic weaves, and later on evaluated based on the demands the collaboration partner has for easy care treated textiles. The demands concerning the content of formaldehyde and the grade of smoothness appearance retained after ten washes were followed throughout the whole project. The work has been conducted at The Swedish School of Textiles.