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Rit Dye Liquid Fabric Dye, 8-Ounce, Dark Brown
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- Dye clothing and accessories; rejuvenate old garments; coordinate home decor; hide laundry accidents and more
- Pre-dissolved liquid is also great as a stain on unfinished wood and wicker; or use to stencil or antique
- Works on a variety of materials
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Dying the garment was really fun. I followed the directions for the material I had and did the dying in the kitchen sink. It was easy to do, but I would definitely recommend wearing gloves. I used tongs to move the hoodie in the water so it would dye evenly, but you have to rinse the garment in cold water until the water runs clear, and that was too hard to do with the tongs. My hands ended up being red for two days. Oops.
The problem that I have is that the dye isn't really 'set'. You don't get dying instructions with the dye, you have to go to RIT's website for instructions. In the "Dye 101" section it makes no mention of future washing instructions. In the "Tips for Successful Dying" section, the NINETEENTH "tip" is: "CARING FOR DYED ITEMS. For the first two or three times, wash your dyed item by itself in cool water with a small amount of non-bleaching detergent. Always wash your dyed clothing with similar colors in cool water with mild detergent. Dry cleaning silks and special fabrics is recommended."
That would have been helpful to know - and yes, in retrospect I'm kicking myself, because maybe it's obvious now, but I managed to dye a whole load of colored clothes pink. My khaki pants are a disconcerting shade of salmon now...and the hoodie has faded from red to some very weird color that falls in the red family, but really isn't red at all. :(
All that said, I'm considering buying another bottle of red and retrying. First, starting with a light red jacket and using a full bottle might get me a darker, truer red. I'd add some boiling water to my mix and wash it alone forever. But $4 for another bottle of dye is better than $30 for a hoodie that I'd only wear to work.
-Lets you change fabric color
-Need to buy more than one to truly get a vibrant color
-Runs in the wash and ended up staining some other stuff so you'll have to wash anything dyed separately for the rest of its existence.
-The color came off on my skin, which I don't think is too healthy
Get more than one if you want a vibrant red.
I've done treatments in which I've used one bottle and was left a little disappointed.
HOWEVER, I've used two bottles for a treatment and was generally satisfied. I may try for three next time.
I am so happy I took a chance and tried this, So happy. I like my white clothes to be brilliant and this did it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This yellow was very bright! Great for my project. Thank you!Published 5 days ago by Danyella Eklund
I wanted to dye a canvas bag I had dark green and this did the trick. It came out a decent dark green without too much trouble. Read morePublished 12 days ago by A. Kouba
I had need to dye a karate gi green. Since the blend was 60/40 cotton/poly, the color came out much lighter than the color on the bottle. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Joseph Disandro
Was ok but not great. Maybe I didn't have enough but I used to dye my comforter and it turned it purple not brown lol. Oh well it doesn't suck and I will have to try again.Published 18 days ago by Samantha Massey
Bought this to help get stains out of white chef coat. Huge WASTE of money. It did nothing....Published 21 days ago by Vicki
Denim Blue is light blue.
My fault. I think of blue jean color as more of a indigo. The blue jeans came out to light of a blue for my liking. Not the die's fault. Read more