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Dylon Machine Dye Burlesque Red 200 g (Pack of 3)

by Dylon

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  • Easy way to update your colours
  • Easy to use
  • Will not damage your washing machine
  • Strong permanent colours
  • Suitable for use on most natural fabrics
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Dylon Machine Dye Burlesque Red 200 g (Pack of 3) + DP Dye Salt - 500g
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Technical Details
BrandDylon
Product Dimensions10.2 x 6.6 x 5 cm
Item model numberR630304
Storage InstructionsKeep dry
Use By Recommendationn/a
Package InformationBox
Manufacturer/ProducerSpotless Punch
Country Produced InPoland
  
Additional Information
ASINB000TAU1LE
Best Sellers Rank 6,249 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight222 g
Date First Available9 July 2007
  
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  • Irritating to eyes
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  • Keep out of the reach of children

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Not Nigella on 6 April 2010
The name is a bit misleading but the lovely vibrant plummy shade that appears from the washing machine will not disappoint (apparently this shade was called Burgundy is a previous life!!! Its much more purple than red). I am a recent convert to the world of Dylon machine dyes but there really is no going back!! I now have black jeans ( were mucky grey ) and I'm half way through the seemingly never ending task of turning my rather faded shabby chic sofa's into purple works of art. These little boxes of magic are easy to use, colour coverage is even and has real depth. The only other thing you will need is 500 grms of salt for each box you use. When you have finished just run an empty 60 degree wash with a cup of bleach and your machine will be ready to go again!!

Have fun!!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By L P on 2 Nov 2009
I must start by saying I was thrilled by the intensity of the colour. I coloured a white cotton jacket and it came out a very intense colour. Sadly I would not really call this colour "red" of any shade...

If you look at the box "burlesque red" is represented in three different swatches all of them are slightly different, perhaps to illustrate the way that the base fabric changes the colour of the dye. I did expect that my base colour being white that I would get a good result, true to at least one of the representations. Sadly no... My jacket is a strange colour, straddling the boundaries between purple, brown and scab. Maybe you could call it a strange sort of aubergine, but it bears little resemblance to the shade on the box.

Don't get me wrong; I'm not all together displeased with the result. The colour is `interesting', even if it is not what I was expecting. The colour is very strong and I haven't had any drama cleaning my washing machine.

All in all I have a garment in a colour no one else is likely to have and I'm okay with that. I would not recommend this product if you are going for something specific, but if you're willing to embrace a bit of randomness in your result then go for it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Francis on 18 April 2012
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I used this to dye some calico curtains and it came out more like a paprika chili colour (gorgeous non-the-less)
Dyed the same curtains again with the same colour and attained the colour in the picture. (I did follow the weight ratios they gave)
So you might want to use more than recommended.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rowena Hoseason HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 6 May 2012
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This colour came out to be a very rich, dark burgundy, almost purple, in fact.
I dyed a large double duvet cover and used two packets of dye to make sure that the colour was really rich and vivid. It's a really simple process; took an afternoon to do.
I've used Dylon products quite a bit to get the colours I want, so am familiar with them. You do need to follow the instructions carefully; make sure you use the right amount of salt, and if dyeing large items you may need to make use two dye packets (only one helping of salt needed, even if you use more than one pack of dye). You also need to make sure there's plenty of room in the washing machine for the material to move around freely; if it clumps together than that will cause 'tie-dye' type effects.
You do NOT need to use Dylon's own salt; just any old table salt will do the job just fine.
Have found Dylon to be really useful for getting the right shade of bed linen or bath towels, which often are sold in creams and whites and not quite my kinda colours. It's also useful for covering up long-term stains or very faded areas on favourite clothes. Transforms tired underwear, too!
Worth noting: Dylon only works on natural fibres, so if you have polyester thread then it will stay the original colour! On my duvet cover, it did use poly threads on some seams, so they stayed the original cream colour. Actually, looks quite nice.
Also, home dyed products do fade quite badly in strong sunlight. So it is worth using extra dye to get a very rich colour, or dry items out of sunlight, or be prepared for them to fade. A sofa cover which I did a couple of year ago, and which lives in a conservatory in direct sunlight, has faded to extremes... be warned!
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