About this item
- Greyed blue that duplicates color found in blue jeans
- Looks fashionable on everything from tights to t-shirts
About this item
- 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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California Proposition 65 Warning: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm
Ingredients: Contains: Salt (Sodium Chloride), Anionic and Nonionic Surfactants.
Instructions: Washing Machine Dyeing: Fill washer with hottest water safe for fabric. Add dye, agitate to mix. Add wet, unfolded fabric. Extend wash cycle to 30 min. by resetting wash cycle. Rinse in cool water until clear. Wash in warm water and detergent. Clean washer immediately with hot water, at highest level, detergent, and 1 cup chlorine bleach, run full cycle. Sink Dyeing: Add 1/2 bottle dye to 3 gal. Hot water for each lb. dry fabric. Add wet fabric, and stir constantly 30-60 min. Rinse until water is clear. Wash in warm water and detergent. Clean up with bleach. Use 1 bottle for 2 lb. dry fabric. For dark or bright colors, double dye quantity. Add 1 cup salt to dye bath for cotton, rayon, ramie, linens or blends. Add 1 cup vinegar to dyebath for nylon, silk or wool. Stove-top method is suggested when dyeing nylon at a higher temperature. Not recommended for 100% polyester, acrylic, acetate or fabrics with special finishes, rubber-backing, cold water wash, or labeled dry clean only. If in doubt, test dye a swatch. Never pour dye on a fabric. Rit will stain plastic, fiberglass or worn porcelain tubs. Use Rit Color Remover before dyeing to lighter or different color. Wash dyed items separately in cool water. Wear rubber gloves. Shake well before using. For complete instructions, visit our website www.ritdye.com.