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Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye -Bahama Blue

by Dylon
234 customer reviews

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Product Description

Color:Blue

Permanent Fabric Dye will not fade or wash away over time. Vibrant colors in spill free plastic envelope packaging. They are fiber reactive and suitable for all natural fibers and polyester cotton blends. Specially designed for hand dying in warm water straight from the tap. Each package contains 1-3/4 Oz.


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Color: Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 3.1 x 0.4 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003W08VWO
  • Item model number: 87079
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (234 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,599 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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410 of 415 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 16, 2011
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
I've been dyeing fabric, mostly shirts and pants, for years, but I'd never used Dylon before, only Rit, with mixed results.

At the risk of stating the obvious, since it seems like people are complaining about the color, I'm just going to go through the whole process of how I do this. Hope it helps, and I apologize if it sounds a little too Captain Obvious.

First of all, each packet of dye is meant to only dye about 1/2 a pound of fabric--a large t-shirt, something like that. The more items you try to dye with one packet, the weaker the color is going to be. I usually dye two adult small or medium shirts with one packet. I could probably do more, but I rarely need to, so why mess around with it?

Second, I try to use the bare minimum amount of water I can get away with. The more water you use to mix the dye, the weaker the color. When I mix the dye, here's what I do: I use a large crock pot/slow cooker and fill it about halfway with water. Turn it to high. When it heats up, I add the dye, and stir it until it's totally dissolved. Then I add the salt, let that dissolve, and finally then add the clothes. Once the clothes are in, if the water isn't mostly or totally covering them when they're soaked, I add an extra cup or three until I'm happy with the coverage. I turn the crock pot to low, and leave the clothes in there for about an hour.

Every couple of minutes, I use a pair of tongs to shift the fabric around. This last bit is really important and something that a lot of people don't do--if you don't agitate the stuff, there's a good chance you'll end up with spots that don't get dyed, and the color won't be even. The tongs part is important because this stuff will stain EVERYTHING, especially you. You do not want to get this on your hands, haha.
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122 of 126 people found the following review helpful By Nick on December 1, 2010
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
I used 2 packs of dye for an Ikea chair and ottoman cover that I made myself from painters drop cloth- I used it in my washing machine and it came out perfect, if you have a top-loader no worries- it did not stain my machine and no messy clean up either.
The color came out perfect no spots like you can get with hand dying. ( mixed the dye in a large soda bottle with the salt and added it to water while the machine was filling then added the covers, before the agitation cycle ( 20min.) was over I stop the machine and for the next 1.5h I let it sit and just agitated it for a minute or so every 10 min., after time was up I let the machine run a normal cycle ( no soap ))
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67 of 75 people found the following review helpful By d.d on December 7, 2013
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I used this dye to darken my fading black jeans which need to be black for work. The dye uses a blue-black base rather than brown-black base like Rit does. That means I can wash my blue jeans with my black jeans and they stay blue. Also, the black produced by this dye is much blacker than what Rit produces. And seems to be more permanent based on the number of washings i've put the jeans through since dying them.
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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Andrea J. Lingle on March 24, 2007
Color: Black Verified Purchase
The dye worked well if I used approximately twice the strength call for on the label.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Eliz on January 7, 2012
Color: Jeans Blue Verified Purchase
A friend gave me a pair of jeans which had those trendy faded spots on them (including whiskering) which I didn't like. I used two packets of this dye and made them a normal, uniform color. I haven't had any issues with dye running or anything. I used a large bucket in the bathtub to dye them.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By THarpestad on July 18, 2011
Color: Purple Verified Purchase
I dyed my cloth prefolds with this and was so nervous. The directions were easy to follow and the color came out great! I was pleasantly surprised to find that it didn't stain my ceramic sink.
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82 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Dark Lilly on June 18, 2010
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I recently purchased this dye to re-dye some of my fading black clothing. It was about 15 items of clothing ranging from small to medium, mostly shirts but did include two pants and one bed sheet. I used three packets (the packets are the size of your palm), it got my clothes a shade darker. Looking back on it now, I should have used more, about 5-6 to get the black that I wanted. Well live and learn. So my point is that the packet says that one is enough to dye to one large shirt to full black, so if you have a few items you want to dye all at once just to be on the safe side, use more. And it works really well on full cotton clothing; those items absorbed the dye best.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Davis on August 21, 2013
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
I needed to dye two little boys' shirts (an infant and a toddler) navy blue for a wedding. The infant shirt was linen, and the toddler shirt was 100%cotton. Both were constructed with polyester thread. I knew that because of the different material compositions, the colors would likely be slightly different. I bought two packs of navy blue dye, just in case I needed to redo one or both.

The directions are very simple. Read them a few times before you begin, gather your materials, and then read them again, making sure you understand what you're doing. Have rubber gloves and a timer of some kind on hand. I used a five-gallon bucket and an old wooden spoon for mixing.

One pack of dye was plenty for my two tiny shirts. I followed the instructions exactly and air-dried the shirts to keep them away from heat after their post-dye washing. They dyed evenly, with no random dark or light spots. The thread did not dye, which I expected, because it was synthetic. The linen shirt was definitely several shades darker than the 100% cotton, but neither were quite as dark as I was hoping. So I dyed them a second time and left the cotton shirt in the dye about fifteen extra minutes, just to try to even them up a bit.

In the end, I ended up with two *nearly navy* shirts. The linen was still darker, but the shirts looked great and were perfect for what I needed them for.

Make sure what you're dyeing is made of natural materials, and if you want the thread to match then you'll need to make sure it's natural, too. The contrasting stitching really does look fine, though.

I will definitely use Dylon dyes again in the future. The process took some time, but it was easy and I was pleased with the results.
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