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Dyeing polyester and nylon fabrics has never been easier!
iDye's self-dissolving packet eliminates the handling of messy powders. Just fill a stainless steel or enamel pot with the recommended amount of water, add an iDye packet and the included Color Intensifier, add a pre-wetted garment, place the pot over high heat, stir until the iDye is dissolved, and continue to stir frequently.
The dyeing method is different for 100% polyester and nylon material, and polyester/nylon blends with natural fibers. Simply follow package instructions to achieve the best results.
Choose from 16 vibrant colors for use with polyester and nylon fabrics. iDye Poly and iDye can be mixed for polyester/nylon blends with natural fibers.
Each 14 g (0.5 oz) package dyes 2 to 3 lbs (approximately 1 to 1.3 kg) of fabric.
Use iDye Color Remover to remove or lighten colors and brighten whites.
To view a PDF of instructions for Jacquard iDye Color Remover, please click here.
To view a PDF of instructions for Jacquard iDye Natural, please click here.
To view a PDF of instructions for Jacquard iDye Poly, please click here.
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By Dyer wannabe.
Comments about Jacquard iDye for Polyester/Nylon:
We wanted to die white elastics black and ended up with gray. The color most likely would have intensified had we been able to heat the item as directed, during the dying process. Our concern was heat could reduce the integrity of the stretch.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Pretty in purple
from Lake Worth, FL
This product is fantastic! I purchased a Halloween costume online that was 100% polyester and came in a horrid pepto-bismal pink. One packet of your dye later and my outfit was a perfect shade of purple (using the Violet). I will totally use this product again and will keep on telling people how great it is and how well it worked!
By disc dyer
Great product but for the outrageous price they charge, it took forever to arrive.
from Ellijay, GA
Easy to use and only boiled for half the time reccommended. My 100% Polyester bathing suit took the color evenly and completely.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
iDye Poly Blue Great Color
from Columbus, OH
Took my old ivory prom dress and dyed it with the iDye Poly in blue. It came out the perfect cobalt blue I wanted. I just followed the directions on the packet. I first brought my large enamel cooking pot to a boil, then dumped the packets in and let them dissolve. I just dyed the outer skirts of the dress and let the tulle fillers underneath hang outside of the pot. I boiled it for approx. one hour while constantly stirring. It was a light indigo at first but as it boiled for the hour it turned a brilliant cobalt blue. I even had white sparkles on the outer layer and the dye turned them blue too, which was kinda cool anyway. Threw the dress in the wash on delicate cycle with a mild detergent. Now all I need to do is steam the wrinkles out. Follow directs and defiantly boil for one hour while stirring.
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Even Barbie is disgusted
from Chicago, IL
I bought the pink poly dye. Does it work? Technically yes. Oh boy did it dye my polyester lace. Totally even, not streak-y. However...that is not what I would call pink in a million years. It's fuchsia. I had some light pink lace that just needed to be closer to bubble gum pink. I've got a deep, dark hot pink mess of fabric that Barbie wouldn't even wear. Now I'm back to the drawing board for my project. I may try to do a color remover or just buy lace elsewhere. As long as your looking for a ridiculously dark hot pink, this is your best bet. But if you want a light pink for for Easter or something for Spring, you don't want this.
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pink was pink but turquois was just blue
from Tucson, AZ
If you bring the water to a boil first then add the fabric you will get more uniform color. The pink looks great, but the turquois was dissapointing.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Brea California
It's a relief to find a dye that works with polyester fabric. I used it on polyester velour. Works great!
Pink I dye not pink.
The pink dye I bought to dye my dress turned it a Halloween purple.Now I can't use the dress
Merchant response: We are sorry to hear that this dye did not work out for your project. There are many variables that could affect the final color. If you would like additional help, our Product Information team would be happy to assist you. You may reach us at 1-800-933-2542, M-F from 8:00am to 5:30pmCST.
Let it boil for 30-45 min came out perfect
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