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Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye


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Add vibrancy and color to your fabric projects with the Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye 1.75 oz. This pack includes 1.75 ounces of permanent fabric dye in a spill-free plastic envelope. It has been specially formulated for hand dying in warm water and is suitable for all natural fibers and polyester cotton blends. The colors of this fiber-reactive fabric dye don't fade or wash away over time. Choose from a variety of beautiful shades that are available.

Includes one pack of permanent fabric dye>Available in a variety of colors, each sold separately>Weight: 1.75 ounces>Warning: May be harmful if swallowed. Eye irritant. Exposure may cause allergic reactions. Skin irritant>
Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye is rated 4.1316 out of 5 by 38.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Watch the thread type! I dyed a 100% cotton light blue Hawaiian shirt using Velvet Black, great results, really a deep black, except for one minor detail... the thread was a polyester and is still light blue. So I have a beautiful black shirt with blue trim and button holes. I will, in the future, take the thread from one of the extra buttons in the shirt tail and test it. I'm sure most gals would have known that but being a guy I'm sure I'm excused. Cheers.
Date published: 2015-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So very easy to use. I love working with Dylon Dye. I can mix and blend the colors. The first batch is done "by the book"... I usually do another batch of cloth (or two) in the dye bath. The later colors are less strong, don't last through quite as many wash loads... but it does perk up older projects, adds new life to some clothing... its fun. I especially appreciate that the only HOT water needed is to dissolve the dye and the salt.
Date published: 2015-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Satisfactory Results I've used Bahama Blue, Flamingo Pink, Tulip Red and Tropical Green. synthetics and cottons all came out as expected. I couldn't be happier. My old stand bye use to be Rit...not anymore.
Date published: 2015-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good results I bought this dye to about two month ago, I found that it worked very well. I dyed poly cotton curtains with different patterns the patterns took the dye better but this may be because the patterns may have had greater concentration of cotton and polyester is harder dye. All in all, I was pleased with the results, the shipping was very fast and customer service was good.
Date published: 2015-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from What a joke... Complete waste of money and ruined my bridesmaid dress. Never use this dye. The 'ocean blue' is a hazy sky blue. There went my cash.
Date published: 2015-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from simple to use and mess free! Making a costume that fades from white to light blue and it turned out beautifully with the China blue dye. Dye only colored fabric and not skin or the tub.only thing was that by the time I finished dying the dress, the dye had cooled and it took twice as long to dye the jacket. I'd use this again in a heartbeat.
Date published: 2015-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from big school projects and sheet sets for home I did an enrichment day for kids at our elementary school with these dyes. It is easy to mix using hot tap water and salt. The best results were achieved using 100% cotton fabric and to let the fabric sit in plastic bag at least for a day, more time gets longer-lasting colors. 50/50 fabric makes weak colors. I did 6 twin sheets and a bunch of pillow cases in tie dye using only one package each of parrot green, tulip red, yellow and bahama blue. I left the sheets and cases in a black plastic garbage bag in the summer sun for three days and they are fantatic! I wash them in cold water and dry them in a regular warm dryer. Oh, and I found the sheets really cheap at resale stores. Make sure you wash as much residue from sheets using no fragrance soap and not a lots of it, and a vinegar rinse instead of softener helps too. Never use softener on material to be tie dyed, it coats the fibers and the dye cannot get through easily, causing weak colors. Speaking of the school projects, sending home instruction before hand to wash the shirt to be dyed and to not use softener helps. The hardest part is when you send home the shirts in plastic zip bags and instructions to not open for at least a day and to rinse by hand and wash in cool water,...the instructions either do not get home or the kids can't wait to see the shirt and take it out early. Ah, well.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Review is for the BLACK dye only. As others here have noted, the black dye actually comes out dark blue. It looks blue as a liquid and dyed my (beige) fabric dark blue (though it did "look" like a perfect black when it was wet). To confirm, I used a concentrated, hot mix on a small portion of fabric to see if the dye was capable of black, but it was not after many hours. Dark blue at best :/ I can't comment on the other colors, but I'd advise staying away from the black.
Date published: 2014-06-28
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