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Dylon 200g Machine Fabric Dye - Dark Brown
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- Easy way to update your colours
- Strong permanent colours
- Suitable for use on most natural fabrics
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Change or renew the colour of your clothes and soft furnishings with this easy to use machine fabric dye, that won't wash out. For use in automatic front loading machines only. Suitable fabrics: cotton, linen, viscose and polyester/cotton mixes. Lighter shades on polyester mixes because pure synthetics do not pick up the dye. Not suitable for wool, silk, polyester, acrylic, nylon and other synthetic fibres or fabric with special finishes e.g. 'dry clean' only. One pack will dye up to 600g /1lb dry weight fabric. Dyeing larger amounts (up to 1200g) will give a lighter colour. Final colour depends on the original fabric colour e.g. sunflower dye on red fabric will give orange.
1 x 200g machine fabric dye
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There are several potential pitfalls. Reading the manual is the key, but it doesn't cover all eventualities or might not be too obvious on some points. Some additional information and contenders for errors that I encountered through my ten years of selling this product are as follows:
1) Using salt substitute instead of the real thing. Yes, this might seem obvious to most, but not to all. What is needed is pure cooking salt (100% NaCl - Sodium Chloride). Finely ground dissolves better in water than coarse, but under no circumstance use any low-sodium salt substitute or anything that has been augmented with things like iodine - those things are fit for human consumption, but will make your dyeing come out all wrong.
2) Even if what you dye is brand new - in fact, it is even more important if it is new - wash it properly first. New clothes in the shop are frequently inserted with agents to keep them looking nice and neat in the shop, sometimes with light water repellents, and it is essential that these things be washed out before attempting to dye. If the clothes are brand new, I'd even recommend doing it twice just to be sure.
3) Any fabrics that are waxed, waterproofed or fireproofed will not dye properly unless all of those active substances are washed out completely (see point 2). If you're unsure if there is any treatment left in the garment, at least for waterproofing, let a drop of water drip on it. If it immediately soaks in, you're good to dye.Read more ›
Brown trouser dyed OK but corduroy pair did not become deep brown but a curious but not unpleasant khaki brown.
However easy to use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What can I say - it is clothes dye at a reasonable price, and it works as expected. Table salt works as well as Dylons own salt.Published 6 months ago by MrJohnUK
Nice colour on cottons only. This product does not work on wool, or Lana wool. This is not clear enough in the descriptions for the product.Published 8 months ago by GV
used it to dye two white bras - the bras turned out lilac instead. Should have bought more of it - didn't expect to need two boxes for such small items.Published 10 months ago by Ms. Apiramei Danial