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DYLON Machine Dye Pod, Forest Green, 350g
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- Express your unique style with 22 intense shades
- Provides permanent colour on a variety of textiles
- Easy-to-use, simply put in the washing machine
- Dyes up to 600g of fabric (full shade)
- Ideal for reviving or changing the colour of clothes and soft furnishings
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Ready-to-use fabric dyes is easier to use than ever. It’s all-in-1 formula can revive or change the colour of your clothes and soft furnishings in the washing machine.
Easy, colorful results – Just place into the drum of your machine!
Ideal for reviving faded jeans, colouring towels, bedlinen, shirts and much more.
1 x Machine Dye Pod
From the manufacturer
Colour up your world
Changing the colour of your fabrics such as a throw is easy with Dylon Dye Pods. You can create new looks for your living room with fresh colours which last permanently. Dyes work on lots of items such as cushions, curtains or blankets and revive them with new colour.
Give your colours a brand-new life
If you feel like reviving your wardrobe or changing the style of your clothes, you can choose between lots of bright and colourful Dylon Dye Pods. They will add a little ray of sunshine to your dresses and wardrobe staples.
Unwrap the pod
Unwrap the pack.
Place the pod
Place the full colour pod and damp fabrics in the washing machine.
Run two wash cycles
- Start a first 40°C cotton wash cycle
- Add detergent and run a second 40°C cotton wash cycle with dyed fabric
Dry fabric and you’re done! We recommend to run an empty cycle with detergent and always read full instructions before use.
Factors that affect the colour results
The current colour of the fabric
The colour result will depend on the different colours mixed. For example, dyeing a green shirt with a Tulip Red DYLON Pod, will give a brown result. Please see the colour mixing guide on the left.
The type of fabric
Cotton, linen and viscose are perfect for dyeing. Synthetic fabrics like polyester and nylon won’t dye. Mixes of synthetics with cotton, linen and viscose will achieve a lighter shade of the colour.
The weight of fabric
One pod is enough to dye 600g of fabric to the full shade or up to 1.8kg of fabric to lighter shades. Use multiple packs to dye larger quantities. It is recommended to use the whole pod in one go.
Indicative Fabric Weight Guide
- Shirt: 250g
- Jeans: 600g
- Bath towel: 600g
- Double sheet: 600g
- Double duvet cover: 1.2kg
- Pair of curtains: 2kg
|DYLON Dye Pod||DYLON Hand Dye||DYLON Wash & Dye|
|Usage||machine wash||hand wash||machine wash|
|Fabric amount per pack||600g of fabric||250g of fabric||500g of fabric|
|Item type||larger items such as jeans and towels||smaller and delicate items such as wool and silk blouses or scarves; perfect for craft projects||Rejuvenating dark coloured items such as jeans and shirts|
|Colour range||22 vibrant shades||22 vibrant shades||3 dark, intense shades|
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To improve your chances of a consistent result, follow the instructions but be aware dirt or soap residues are the enemies to the dyeing process. So I ensure the wash before dyeing is a thorough one, with no fabric conditioner. You could try using distilled white vinegar as a conditioner replacement (useful when you've run out or for towels that you need to stay absorbent), because it helps by neutralising any remaining soap. Choose the highest spin setting your machine offers to get rid of all of those residues. Then, clean out the detergent/conditioner drawer and run another rinse cycle with just water, selecting the option for water plus if your machine has the function.
The aim is to make sure there's nothing but clean detergent free fabric.
Place the Dylon pod on top of the freshly washed well rinsed damp fabrics and follow the remaining instructions for the experience you've been dyeing to see.
4 wash cycles (cleaning, dyeing, after dye wash, machine clean-out wash) per batch of clothes is a bit energy intensive, so you might want to wait until you've got enough items to rejuvenate or for when it coincides with your scheduled machine maintenance wash and run a limescale treatement during the final clean-out wash killing two birds with one stone, to justify the 'leccy costs. But, it's better than looking scruffy or throwing out garments and your machine will most certainly be free of germs after the whole process.
Several cups of tea later... results were uniform colour throughout.
I chose the Navy Blue option (the product picture shot isn't that accurate in the colour shade - it appears online as a denim blue). Results were a nice and deep uniform blue to several items all done at the same time (3 pairs of partially faded navy trousers, 2 casual navy shirts that looked a little tatty and a light blue t-shirt). One dye pod was enough to refresh all the garments to look crisp and close to new again without looking artificially over coloured.
I was a little apprehensive worried I'd get blotchy results claimed by other reviewers, but following the instructions which state to run on a 40 degrees cotton cycle, the results were as good as Dylon's previous generation all-in-one pouch, minus no dyed fingers. Trust me, the dye powder can get everywhere if it's mishandled, the pod just makes it all nice and simples.
Waste of time and money and a wearable pair of Dockers. So thanks to my friend for the idea and thanks to Dylon for making unique mottled inky blue grey dye. I will be able to walk into town with my head held high and show off a unique style. If I see someone skirting around in the shadows sporting some dodgy mottled blue grey garments, I will give them a knowing smile and offer some support. Cheers for that Dylon, you hippy tie dye maker.