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Inkodye - Blue 4 fl oz / 118 ml

by Lumi

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  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 4.1 x 12.7 cm ; 136 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 136 g
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  • Item model number: 740004
  • ASIN: B00BC1UTYI
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 April 2013
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 343,471 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Inkodye is sunlight-activated, permanent fabric dye. It can be used for photograms, shadow prints, painting, dyeing, silk-screening, batik and more! Great for cotton, wood, suede. silk and other natural fibers. Each ounce of dye makes between 2-4 Inkofilm-size prints (8.5 inches square). The colours are mixable and dilutable with water. You can even print on light-colored materials to create a wider range of hues.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Loved It ......But A "Warning" 22 Oct 2013
By E. S. - Published on Amazon.com
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I also reviewed the red color and said the same thing as with the blue, the product is fantastic, just be careful, the dye smells somewhat like ammonia so I now use a painter's mask when using it. Easy to mix. I keep an old Tupperware low round container for this, separate from those I use for food! Mix half dye with half water to make it last, comes out the same vibrant color. Use rubber gloves when washing out in hot soapy water, the gloves are for the to water, not the dye. With the red dye, I made a sample piece and it was great, immediate color when placed in the sunlight. I waited ten minutes for the darkest shade. I want to experiment with shorter and longer times to see how the color comes out. Anyway, I used the blue last week on the back of a white cotton shirt I bought at a thrift store (why experiment with something expensive) and I love the results. I found that I made the mistake of pushing down the masking tape while sliding my finger along it, after having the clear dye on my fingers, so there are blue lines alongside my design but who cares, it is so beautiful. The entire back of the shirt is gorgeous now, and I later put a small fern on the front pocket with the blue dye and it looks incredible!! Next, I am going to mix red and blue to experiment with various shades of violet and deep purple. Wish the company made more colors than just red, blue, and orange. I may also try putting the red or blue on a colored piece of fabric instead of white, to see what happens. be sure ou have a good supply of pressed leaves, ferns, flowers, etc. for your design. Experiment with the placement design on paper before putting the items on the dyed fabric, easier that way, and be sure to brush the dye on (with the mask) with a foam brush and out f the sunlight, I did mine in the garage and then carried it all out. Instructions tell you to place your fabric on top of a plastic-covered cardboard and tape the outline you want. Then, you could put the whole thing on a stool for example, to keep it off the ground, and carry everything outdoors into the sunlight. Hope this is somewhat clear.
Beautiful results 4 Nov 2013
By Branden - Published on Amazon.com
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This stuff was easy and fun to use. Just follow the instructions and use it in a well-ventilated area, as it does smell! Beautiful results, though.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Nope, No bueno! 15 May 2014
By A. Patron - Published on Amazon.com
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I could never get the blue to be a deep blue. It came out light and just didn't create enough contrast. Same problem with the red. Maybe they sent me an old bottle since it didn't look the same as the one shown.
Don't over pay, but the 8 oz for +3 18 Sep 2014
By Ceridwen - Published on Amazon.com
This is four ounces for $12, for three dollars more you get twice as much. Check out the other Inkodye offers, you may have to search for the eight once offer. Pictures make them look the same and I did not read carefully, sorry I didn't.
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