Rit 8oz All Purpose Liquid Fabric Dye

by Rit Dye |

Item # 15450307
Rit 8 fl. oz All Purpose Liquid Dye is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 96.
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The Rit All Purpose Liquid Dye is a craft accessory with multiple uses. This versatile, easy-to-use and non-toxic liquid dye is ready to deliver vibrant color to almost any type of fabric or fabric blend, including cotton, linen, silk, wool, rayon, ramie or nylon. It is perfect for rejuvenating faded clothing, changing the color of apparel, shoes or accessories, coordinating home decor, hiding laundry accidents and so much more. You can use it to tie-dye clothing and decor fabrics. It’s also the perfect tool to create ombre, dip-dyed, marbled or shibori patterns. Rit can even dye wood, wicker, paper and cork. Plus, because it is a pre-mixed concentrated liquid, you can use a little or a lot depending on your project, and have the flexibility to save the rest for another time. Whether you are rescuing faded jeans, creating a costume or decorating for a party, all you need is a washing machine, plastic container or stainless steel sink to get started. With over 500 color recipes available on the Rit's website, it is almost certain you’ll find the right color for your needs.

CHOKING HAZARD: Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.


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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Invisible I would love to review this product, but it was left out of the box. The other colors are great.
Date published: 2023-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dying cotton canvas Three bottles of Aquamarine, a couple Tbsp of Neon Green and the medium setting on my washing machine and I turned this creamy cotton canvas a much more interesting color
Date published: 2023-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Shibori dyeing using the classic Indigo I have recently been experimenting with Shibori to enhance my sewing projects. I started to sew new patterns using muslin to make sure they fit so as not to use good fabric. Since the pattern would “work” but be boring in muslin I decided to experiment with the dyeing technique. I enjoyed this so much that I began focusing on developing my skills.
Date published: 2023-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice color selection and even dye results I got this in cocoa brown and it dyed my pink shirt evenly. One bottle can dye around 3 to 4 shirts I believe so it's pretty cost effective. The only hassle about the dye is that you have to wash your dyed clothes separately since the color will bleed in the washing machine.
Date published: 2021-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Even More Colors! Petal Pink, Truly Green, Lemon Yellow, and Emerald are currently on the Rit website for this particular product, but not on Jo-Ann's! Also for this product, Rose Pink, and Yellow are on Jo-Ann's, but not on Rit's. I have all the other colors and am looking for more!
Date published: 2021-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It lives! I used this stove top for 10 mins on nylon fabric at first it was not neon color at all very dark green until I washed item by hand then behold was bright neon green
Date published: 2021-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well, it works. I used the black dye to darken my faded grayish jeans. I used double the amount of dye and doubled the dying time. And I threw in a piece of white 28 count cross-stitching evenweave fabric so that I didn't have to go out of my way to buy it in black. The jeans had a few small patches of unevenness, but I think that could be because the 5.3 gallon plastic tub I used might have been too small. The cross-stitch fabric came out great. It shrunk slightly because I opted for using boiling hot water. Also, the dye didn't fully penetrate the threads, as you can see along the frayed thread where there are purplish white parts. I don't care about it, but it's something to keep in mind. (That could've been because of the fabric's exceptionally tight weave. Or because I didn't completely wash off all the stiffeners before dyeing. Or both. Or neither, and they dye failed there.) If I did it again, I would look into dyeing using the washing machine, since it was a hassle to get a large amount of hot water and find a non-food container large enough. Also disposing of the used dye in a safe way was difficult.
Date published: 2021-10-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not at all the color I was expecting I have a set of 100% cotton towels in a sage green or moss green that were faded, and I just wanted to dye them back to their original color and make them look newer. I chose "Kelly Green" (as you can see in the color chart, looks like a sage green) and ordered for pickup at my local store. The color on the bottle also looked like a sage or light moss green. I understand that the color on an online color chart or on the bottle may not be the exact color that comes out, but it should be at least close. I read the instructions on the bottle and also read all the tips and instructions on the Rit website, and followed exactly. When I added the dye to the water in my washer, I thought that it looked very blue, not sage green at all, but I figured that in the process of dying it would come out close to what was on the label. Remember that I was not dying the towels a different color - they were originally the color that is shown here in the color chart, and on the bottle, just faded. Once I finished the process, letting the towels agitate and then soak, then washing with a little detergent and rinsing until the rinse water was clear, the color did not look at all as I expected. After drying the towels, they looked even worse. Instead of refreshing the sage green color, the towels are now a hideous bright neon bluish green color. They don't go with my bathroom, in fact they would not go with any color scheme I would ever choose to have in my house. If I had known what color this dye actually would produce, I would have never bought it, and I would have towels that were a bit faded but still looked good in my bathroom. I don't know if I should try some combination of dyes to try and get back to the original color, or just use these ugly towels to mop the garage floor. What a waste of money and time, and a set of towels ruined.
Date published: 2021-05-12
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