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G & K Craft Synthrapol Sizing & Dye Remover 4 Oz.
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- Great for hand dyed fabrics
- Removes excess dye from hand dyed fabrics
- Also removes sizing from fabric prior to dyeing
- Will allow even color when used in the dye bath
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Synthrapol removes excess dye from hand dyed fabrics. It also removes sizing from fabric prior to dyeing. Will allow even color when used in the dye bath. It is recommended to use Synthrapol when washing hand dyed fabrics before using them in a garment or quilt or when fabric is already quilted and bleeds onto adjacent fabric or simply to soak fabric before dyeing.
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Given as a college graduation gift to my son, he loved it, but lets just say he may have graduated from college, but hadn't quite graduated into the adult world of clean house. Somehow the quilt got wet and it ran..what started as a small problem became huge! Instead of doing something about it, he left the quilt, damp and bunched up..more color running as well as other issues.
He left it like that for a LONG time. When we went to California to visit two of our sons, he brought the quilt and I brought the synthrapol. I realized I needed other help, so I also used color catchers and clorox for colors.
I have never, never seen so much dye coming off fabric like I did with this. I think we washed the quilt 3 or 4 times; we went through almost a box of color catchers, the whole bottle of the the synthropol and the clorox, but it finally stopped bleeding and the quilt was saved.
There are a couple of spots that didn't get quite white, but the quilt is saved, the colors are stable and I am relieved.
Obviously, the color catchers played a huge role in this salvage operation, but the synthropol stabilized the fabrics and it can now be washed safely.
A HUGE thank you for this product!
I also tried it TWICE to remove the excess dye from the item that bled. No luck there either. The wash and rinse water still looks like orange kool-aid.
The product doesn't seem to do anything to remove accidental dye spots or to stabilize dye that is not set. It didn't even seem to work a little bit. No change at all.