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Very difficult to give a clear answer. Ramie will not dye as well as cotton . Synthetic products have often been added to ramie fabric to improve stability. The only way is to try a sample and see . Maybe buy a hand wash sachet to experiment. Good luck . Let us know how you get on . Jim
By Ajanta Studio SELLER on 17 May 2015
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I used 2 packs to dye 2t shirts 4 tea towels 2towels and some underwear to a dark violet colour so if you want a dark colour I might suggest 3-4 but if you want a lighter colour 2 might be ok. Do wash items separately for at least 4 washes as dye comes out for that long Good luck
By Harri on 09 May 2014
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It think you add vinegar instead of salt...but all info is on the Dylon website...best check on there!!
By JudeG on 07 August 2015
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Yes you need to add salt.I think it was 8 oz but cant be sure.
By Lord Bromsash on 11 November 2014
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Difficult to say. You need to know what material your nets are made of - any natural fibre, cotton, linen, viscose, wool, silk, will suck up the dye and you will get a very good, strong result. But man-made fibres either will not take the colour or only very slightly. I suppose you could just try a spot in an invi… see more Difficult to say. You need to know what material your nets are made of - any natural fibre, cotton, linen, viscose, wool, silk, will suck up the dye and you will get a very good, strong result. But man-made fibres either will not take the colour or only very slightly. I suppose you could just try a spot in an invisible corner, say up top where the pleating is. see less Difficult to say. You need to know what material your nets are made of - any natural fibre, cotton, linen, viscose, wool, silk, will suck up the dye and you will get a very good, strong result. But man-made fibres either will not take the colour or only very slightly. I suppose you could just try a spot in an invisible corner, say up top where the pleating is.
By Vera on 15 November 2014
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Yes you will need salt and no it won't leave a deposit. Also what I intend to do afterwards, is put the machine on - nothing in & put it on a HIGH heat. To get rid of all the colour. PLUS we are advised to do the latter to cleanse your washer, anyway!!! Good Luck.
By Polly Smith on 22 February 2015
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Hi Emma, I don't know if you can as I as was dying a green skirt darker. But I was very impressed with the product and if the purple skirt is ruined what have you got to lose. Mine turned out great and I splashed bleach on mine so needed it to go darker. I would also recommend you get the one with salt added as you … see more Hi Emma, I don't know if you can as I as was dying a green skirt darker. But I was very impressed with the product and if the purple skirt is ruined what have you got to lose. Mine turned out great and I splashed bleach on mine so needed it to go darker. I would also recommend you get the one with salt added as you have to use a lot of salt otherwise. see less Hi Emma, I don't know if you can as I as was dying a green skirt darker. But I was very impressed with the product and if the purple skirt is ruined what have you got to lose. Mine turned out great and I splashed bleach on mine so needed it to go darker. I would also recommend you get the one with salt added as you have to use a lot of salt otherwise.
By Amazon Customer on 14 February 2017
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Hi, you need to weigh your curtains before you do anything, have a look on the pack but I think one box does 600gms of fabric.
By Mrs G Kennaugh-Jones on 09 September 2014
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