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Rit Dye Powdered Fabric Dye, Color Remover, 2-Ounce
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- This package contains one box of dye
- Enough for approximately 1 lb dry weight or 3 yards of medium weight fabric
- Conforms to ASTM D4236; Made in USA
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Rit Color Remover is gentler to fabric than chlorine bleach (hypochlorite), and, unlike chlorine bleach, it rinses out completely, so there is no need for an additional step to neutralize it. In contrast, if you use chlorine bleach to remove dye, you must neutralize it afterwards with Anti-Chlor, Bleach-Stop, or hydrogen peroxide (never an acid such as vinegar!). Otherwise, the bleach will continue to eat away at the fabric, even after washing, and shorten the life of the garment. This is not an issue with Rit Color Remover, which does not need to be neutralized, only washed out.
There can be no guarantee that any type of dye remover will work. Some dyes simply cannot be discharged or bleached. Also, the underlying original color of the garment may or may not be affected. It is best to use Rit Color Remover to remove dye runs on colored garments only when it is worth risking removing the original color. That said, Rit Color Remover has saved many garments that would otherwise have been ruined.
For dye artists, Rit Color Remover allows 'reverse tie dye', by removing dye to leave light areas on a dark background, and provides mysterious looking and wonderful results in shibori. The famed shibori artist Carter Smith uses the same chemical as that found in Rit Color Remover for his discharge dyeing.
The package also claims that Rit Color Remover can be used on whites to remove stains such as fruit juice, ketchup, tea, and rust. It is safe for all fabrics that can be washed in hot water.
Throw your items in the pot with the hot water and rit and within a few seconds the color is gone. I once had my entire collection of whites ruined by a red skirt that turned them all pink and they all turned back to white. Too bad it hasn't worked for all of you, but for me it has been a miracle product and life-saver and I can only urge you to try it again with the stove-top method. Good luck!
found another product named synthrapol. it worked nicely, removing the dye without affecting another color
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quick shipping, good price, but the actual Rit "Color Remover" didn't work as it was supposed to. Not at all.Published 2 days ago by MrsHappy
Worked very well on two all cotton dye jobs that went wrong. Not pure white but very light and easy enough to over dye. Did not work very well on synthetic/cotton blend fabric. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Katka
I used this to reverse a color bleed mishap. The color came out, but my blouse is permanently wrinkled...Published 5 days ago by RainbowSalazar
This product RUINED my clothes!!! After first reading other reviews I followed the package directions EXACTLY - and it totally ruined 2 tops and a couple of dish towels that were... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
This dye remover is tricky to review because it does what it's supposed to do, but is limited in its capabilities. I used this on un-steamed silk, which I dye using silk dyes. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Amazonian19
On many different garments of varied fabric, this did not remove red dye that got on them by mists thank to a red pair of pants.Published 1 month ago by AFB
Amazing! Truly took out the red dye on a grey sweatshirt from being washed with a red shirt.Published 1 month ago by Lynz B
This really did remove ink stains from other fabric that bled onto my cream colored clothing (cotton tank tops, polyester blouse, cashmere blend cableknit sweater) in the wash. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BootsinPDX