These dyes are fantastic with a brilliant website for support of the product with ideas and how to's.

The Rit website has a colour chart with the recipes fpr the colour you want.

We have the basic range of dyes with which you can make an emormous range of colour.

Click on this link to check out the rit s worth a visit.

 Here's What Rit Will & Will Not Dye...

Choose Your Fabric & Materials carefully.

Rit works best on many natural, washable fabrics and materials, such as ...

• 100% cotton, linen, silk, wool, ramie

• Synthetics such as rayon and nylon

• Fiber blends with at least 60% cotton or other dyeable fiber (Blends will tint evenly but will not achieve full color)

• Nylon-based plastic such as those found in buttons, fasteners, golf balls & lacrosse sticks

• Natural materials such as wood, wicker, paper, feathers and cork

 There are fabrics and materials that will NOT accept dye such as ...

• 100% polyester, acrylic, acetate, fiberglass, spandex and metallic fibers

• Fabrics with rubber backing (bath mats or throw rugs)

• Fabrics with special finishes such as water repellents

• Fabrics with bleach damage or extensive staining

• Fabrics washable only in cold water or labeled "dry clean only"

• Polyethylene plastics such as golf discs

• Polycarbonate plastics such as eyeglass frames

If you are in doubt as to whether your fabric will accept dye, test a swatch.

Fiber Content Affects Dye Color Garments and fabrics will take dye differently due to their fiber content and weight.


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