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Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye -Dark Brown

4.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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Product Description

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.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.1 x 0.4 x 5.5 inches
Item Weight 2.1 ounces
Shipping Weight 4.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer DRITZ
ASIN B000FNIPB8
Item model number 87000-11
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #216,792 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#224 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Fabric Painting & Dyeing > Dyes

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I bought the dark brown dye to cover up some light blood stains on a yellow-orange 100% cotton sun dress. After trying EVERYTHING to get the last remains of the stain out (hydrogen peroxide got out about 95% of the stain) there was still a slight discoloration that on a light colored dress was still noticeable enough. I love the design of the dress and received it as a birthday gift from a special person, so it would have been a shame if I couldn't save it.

This is what I did: Since, the dress is a small size & knee length, there wasn't a lot of fabric so I decided one package was likely enough. I added just enough warm water to barely cover the dress (about 3 cups), added the salt (which I predissolved in 1 cup of the water & re-added it to the remaining water the dress was in) and stirred the dress in the salt water until fully soaked. Put on gloves at this point, it will dye your skin! Then in a separate container I dissolved the dye into 3 cups warm water and added this to the salt water and dress (used 6 cups water total). Then I stirred & moved the dress around until I was sure every part had been dyed and let it sit for the remaining time, moving it around every few minutes. After rinsing the dress in cold water, I hung it on a clothes hanger in the tub & let it air dry. I love the color, it came out a little lighter than the package color and has a warmer tone to it. It looks nice and saved the dress, so I am very pleased with the result.
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I wasn't sure about this product, since the reviews were fairly mixed. I gave it a try, frankly, because it was so convenient to order as an add-on. And it worked great! I dyed a pair of gold-and-green wool gloves. I followed the instructions pretty closely - except I forgot about them for a while and they soaked for four hours instead of one. In any case, the outcome was fantastic. A nice brownie batter color that didn't run or fade after a couple of runs through the washer. Good stuff!
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I successfully used this dye on cotton fabric. No complaints there, just a cautionary note to those who want to dye cotton with Dylon: be aware that stitched made with polyester thread will not absorb the dye. The alternatives are replacing the thread with cotton stitching of your own, or just living with the result. Your fabric may be just what you want, no so with the polyester stitching.
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Worked very well on changing up a white skirt that got stained, I was not at all ready to get rid of. I fallowed the directions although, I ended up leaving it in a bit longer than suggested. Use gloves or tongs, it stains your hands up real nice ;)
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I am very pleased with the performance of this dye. It works for me quite well...much better than RIIT.

I have had mixed information about whether this is a fiber reactive dye or not. Reading the ingredients (or rather, the warnings) it lists a couple of numbered "reactive dyes." This is not very clearly advertized, but I think this is a reactive dye based on the warnings on the package.

Anyway it works well. I hate brown dress socks but am not tacky enough to wear white socks with chinos, so I dye my white socks brown with this. I haven't had problems with uneven coloration or fading like I did with RIIT.
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I used one package to dye a hand-crocheted all-cotton lace tablecloth that was hopelessly stained with tomato juice. The tablecloth weighed about 1.5 pounds and the original color was a medium beige. I followed the directions on the package and everything went as expected, no problems. I would describe the final dyed shade as milk chocolate.
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I dyed a pair of heavy 100% cotton canvas hiking shorts. It turned out to be a little lighter brown (milk chocolate) than I was hoping for; maybe I should have used 2 packets. The color is very even and consistent throughout the garment and the color is steadfast so far. Overall, I'm very pleased and will use this product for future dying needs.
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I used it to dye a cotton rug. This dye is less concentrated than other dyes. If you plan on dying something with a lot of weight to it, pick a better dye or you'll need a whole lot of this one. I agree with other poster. It's a step above RIT.

Will not use again.
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