INSTRUCTIONS

HOW TO USE ?

 

The dye is suitable for natural fabrics (such as linen, cotton, silk ...). 

It is not recommended for fabrics containing more than 40% of synthetic fibres (polyester, spandex ...). A bag of 10g is sufficient to dye up to 500g of fabric.

 
 
 
icon hand dyeing.png
 
 

HAND DYEING

INSTRUCTIONS

 

Heat water in a container made of enamel or stainless steel.

When the water is hot, add the dye and dissolve it. Stir well.

Then, lower the temperature to “low heat” and put the fabric in the bath. Be careful that no part of the fabric stays out of the water. Maintain hot water and stir for about 20 minutes.

Then, add two tablespoons of salt (pour salt in the water and not on the fabric). Continue to heat, stirring occasionally, for 15 minutes.

Allow to cool and remove the fabric from the bath. Rinse several times until the water runs clear.

MACHINE DYEING

INSTRUCTIONS

 

Possible with 60°C or 90°C cycles. Choose the longest and hottest cycle as possible for best results.

Put the fabric in the drum, choose the 60 or 90 ° C cycle. Do not use pre-wash, economy or half load cycles.

Dilute the product in 500ml/1 pint of hot water. When the wash water becomes hot (approximately after 10 minutes), pour the diluted product in the soap dispenser.

After 25 minutes, pour three tablespoons of vinegar (or salt) in the soap dispenser. The dye does not damage the washing machine.

 
 

• No expiration date. Preserve from moisture and keep out of reach of children.

• In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical attention immediately.

• The resulting colors may slightly vary according to the dyeing mode used, the quality of the fabrics and their initial color. 

 
 

CLICK BELOW TO BUY FABRIC DYES