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TULIP One Color Tie Dye, Blue
- Tulip one-step dye are mixable so you can create your own custom colors
- Choose a natural fiber fabric to best absorb the dye into the fibers Cotton, wool, Rayon, Silk
- Kit includes: 1 21oz pre-filled dye bottle,rubber bands, plastic gloves, instruction and Technique guide
- Find inspiration and techniques at ilovetocreate.Com
- Tulip One-Step Dye are mixable so you can create your own custom colors!
- Choose a natural fiber fabric to best absorb the dye into the fibers (cotton, wool, rayon, silk)
- Kit includes: (1) .21oz pre-filled dye bottle,rubber bands, plastic gloves, instruction and technique guide
- Find inspiration and techniques at ilovetocreate.com!
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|Item Dimensions||2.00 x 2.00 x 7.38 inches||2.75 x 2.00 x 7.75 inches||2.75 x 2.00 x 7.75 inches||7.25 x 3.50 x 0.31 inches||6.13 x 1.81 x 7.75 inches|
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Keep your look fresh and bold with Tulip one-step Dye! whether you're looking to liven up a faded favorite or create a fantastically fun tie-dye design, your search stops with Tulip. One-step Dye colors come pre-packaged in an easy-squeeze applicator bottle so all you have to do is add cold water before dyeing a project; no more soda ash needed! rubber bands, a set of plastic gloves and an instruction guide loaded with to Dye for Ideas comes included
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Something to be aware of: the product comes with the dye powder already in the bottle (just add water). I was dying two items and the bottle looked small, so to make sure I had enough dye I dumped about half of the powder in a plastic bag and set it aside. This was a good move because one bottle full of dye did about 2/3 of my sweatshirt. If I were doing this again, I would dump all of the dye into a much larger container (a half gallon jug maybe), add water to that and then pour it into the applicator bottle. That way I could've ensured that the dye had the same concentration of color each time I refilled the applicator bottle.