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Jacquard iDye Fabric Dye - Natural, Poly and Nylon Fabrics

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$3.99 - $4.49

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iDye comes in 38 vibrant colors - 30 colors (402-431) for 100% natural fabrics such as cotton, silk, rayon, wool, and linen, and 8 colors (447-454) for polyesters and nylons colors for polyesters and nylons. There are also two laundry aids: Color Remover, which will remove or lighten a color and brighten whites; and Sun Blocker, which when added to the wash cycle will penetrate clothing and block harmful UV rays from the sun. iDye comes in a packet that dissolves in water, which means there is no handling of messy dye powders. Just throw the dye packet in, add salt and run through the wash cycle. It is ultimately the easiest way to get gorgeous color!

  • (for all fabrics (cotton; silk; wool; linen and rayon (402-431)) and polyesters and nylons (447-462)).
  • Each pack weighs 14 grams
  • Each pack will dye 2-3 pounds of fabric
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Jacquard iDye Fabric Dye - Natural, Poly and Nylon Fabrics is rated 2.6667 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Comes out uneven I used the bucket method for navy, red, and royal blue. Everything done with iDye came out streaked or blotchy (and yes, I stirred!). The Rit clothes came out smooth and even. Both had nice colors (except the red came out dark orange), but now I have to spend more money to re-dye the streaked clothes and even out the colors. It is not a money-saver if you have to do it twice! Especially in the middle of the worst drought in 500 years ... I will defintely purchase Rit and NOT iDye when I go to re-dye these clothes.
Date published: 2014-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing color! While the range of color in this dye is not wide, it can be mixed with excellent results. I wanted to dye a sweater the exact hue of a purple skirt and by mixing a batch myself I was able to do so. The colors are intese, they are lasting and they haven't had any residual bleed when washed with other cloths. That is fortunate as I forgot to wash the sweater separately! I have dyed my white linen blouses ecru, a very pretty color, my white jeans bright purple and some faded T-shirts a lovely olive green with this product. I got much more even results with just throwing the dissolving packet into my front loading washer than I got stirring the fabric on the stove. I am ordering more and really recommend it!
Date published: 2011-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Polyester fabrics I have used this dye numerous times in numerous colors and get great results. It's simple to use, decently priced and there is a lot of room for customization with the water to dye ratios to get lighter or richer colors and mixing colors. I have only used the stove top method which works well for me. I have dyed tons of spandex from the Joanns swimwear line, dyed swimsuits and gradient dyed satin from the Casa line. I have also dyed wigs with it to get a slightly different shade on the wig (the wigs are a little more resistant to take the dye). You can also dye colored spandex to get different shades with it. I needed a dark red so I used the purple poly dye on red spandex to achieve the color. The few cons I have with it are the black dye comes out more like a dark grey, it sometimes streaks the fabric, the steam from the dye bath has stained my stove and the smell is strong. Other than that it's been great. Don't forget to keep the fabric in boiling water with the dye (hot sink water won't cut it) and add vinegar if the fabric is having trouble taking the dye. Also it's only for polyesters, use powder dyed for cottons. Below are photos of the dress I made out of white satin and gradient dyed with blue.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 0 out of 5 by from Will not use again I have been dyeing white wranglers for years now for Rodeo Queens - have used Rit, Dylan, Colorado etc. - thought I would give iDye a try. The color is not an even color. I tried it on the stove and in the washing machine. May be great for tye dye but not something you want one consistant solid color. Have had to throw away too many jeans with this product.
Date published: 2010-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great Was easy to use and with good results. The packet disolved well and didn't leave spots like other powdered brands. Worked great on white with a consistent, solid and rich color. I recommend using the washing machine method with salt. Came out great. Will use again for other projects.
Date published: 2011-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Dye By Far I've never had more luck with a larger range of fiber than I do with these packets. I've dyed two silk fabrics of different weights and a wool sweater, and all I can really say is, "Wow." I've never found color as even and vivid as this, the drawback being that any polyester thread will show to high heaven. It does bleed a bit on second washing, so DO be careful with throwing your garments in with your whites. Jacquard is now my go-to for dyes, hands down.
Date published: 2014-09-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WORST DYE EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!! I bought one of every color they offered in this dye. After using it exactly as the directions said, the color washed away after the first washing! Do NOT buy this dye, you'll be greatly disappointed!!! I bought the RIT and the Dylon dyes instead and am very happy with those dyes. I will be returning the rest of the packets of this dye immediately and getting my money back.
Date published: 2016-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great on 100% polyester. I bought this for sheer curtain panels that I was planning to use as a backdrop for a table cake. Bought two colors orange and turquoise. The orange color dyes perfectly even. The turquoise even if you stir constantly as recommended on the instructions does not color evenly leaving spots on the fabric. I only used the orange to finish my curtains . They look great.
Date published: 2015-04-15
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