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These little packs are bursting with a spectrum of brilliant, permanent colors, perfect for teaching color mixing theory while creating beautiful dyed t-shirts and more. The permanent and easy to use dye is the perfect choice to wake up a wardrobe, revive a faded shirt, or put some color into home decorating projects.
Dylon Fabric Dye is suitable for use with most natural fabrics, including cotton, linen, and viscose. Polyester/cotton and polyester/viscose blends will dye to a lighter shade. This product is not suitable for pure polyester, acrylic, nylon, and fabrics with special finishes.
One pack will make enough solution to dye .25 lb to .5 lb (one to two yards) of fabric. Fixative is now included with every package; the process also requires salt (not included).
® Dylon is a registered trademark.
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I am a constantly returning customer.
from Western Quebec, Canada
Comments about Dylon Fabric Dyes:
The dylon dyes are great quality.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Very vibrant colors
By Mrs klein
from Bella vista Arkansas
I use this product to dye muslin in a batique process.The thing I enjoy about the product is the ease of setting up the dye, the beautiful colors,available and how it adheres to the muslin.I don't have anything that I dislike about the product.
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We used this in my art class to do a modified batik technique. The dye was very easy to mix and work with. The students liked the colors, but were disappointed with how they faded when dry. We did several layers to build the color on their images.I would use less water the next time to try to make the colors stronger.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
What's cool about Dylon dyes
I use Dylon dye for shibori and splotchy surface design on linen, cotton, and silk. "Velvet black" makes a beautiful midnight blue on linen. With the addition of vinegar and heat, the results are rich and deep on silk. My results with cotton fabric are mixed. For ease of use and price, I recommend Dylon. For saturated colors on cotton, I prefer Procion-MX.
from New Orleans
I used these dyes to make big tie dyed tapestries for a school fundraiser. The dyes are excellent on 100% cotton, but predictably less vibrant on poly blends. Keep this in mind if that is a factor in your artistic vision. For me it was perfect.
from Long Island, NY
Dylon dies have been my stand-by for 40 years. They are a reliable craft dye when used properly. That the company now includes the mordant with the dye is a great convenience.
This product worked just as it said.
Not as Good as It Appears
from Wauseon, OH
I dyed a brand new white shirt that I liked (just not as white) with the antique gray. The not-so-good: The dye is not true to color. I bought antique gray and it was very cool (blue-green). My shirt has also faded considerably from the sunlight (in patches) and I've only had it dyed for a few months.The good side: It was easy to dye; the color hasn't washed out in the washing machine.(DB is awesome and refunded me because the color was off. I just thought you guys should know about the fading problem).
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from San Diego
Super easy to use. Bold and vibrant colors. I left a shirt soaking in flamingo pink overnight, and ended up with a very intense pink. However, there were some darker/splotchy areas where the dye pigment had settled during the soaking process. Totally random, but a nice effect. (The pink was over a darker base.)One thing to note, make sure the fabric is evenly damp before putting it in the dye, otherwise the color will be noticeably lighter where the material had dried. Also, doesn't work well on a cotton/poly blend.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Transformed white tablecloth to deep Fla
We have a large round dining table and I can never find tablecloths in the bright colors I like. I bought a lovely round cotton cloth in heavy white fabric and first dyed it with two packs of Dylon. Too pastel for me so I re-colored it. Used six packs this time and it's perfect- completely even color, dark and rich. Lovely with our mango orange napkins and vintage Fiesta dishes. Used this in the washing machine for easier agitation (after pre-rinsing the cloth so it was evenly damp) and it worked so well.
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