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Rit Dye Liquid 8oz Royal Blue

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For 100 years, Rit dye has been used to revitalize and customize fashion, home décor, craft and DIY projects. Rit offers an easy way to rejuvenate your wardrobe and add new life to your home by re-dying faded jeans, updating curtains and dyeing furniture slipcovers and more. Want something to look unique and one of a kind? ? ignite your creative spirit and customize with color using fun techniques such as ombre, dip-dyed, ice-dyed, tie-dyed or shibori patterns. Rit dyes can be mixed to create endless color possibilities ? go to RitDye.com to view over 500 color recipes. Rit dye will permanently color a range of fabrics and materials including cotton, linen, silk, wool, ramie, rayon, nylon blends, polyester/cotton blends, wood, wicker, paper, cork, clay, sand, shells, feathers? All Rit dyes are nontoxic, safe for disposal and septic systems and not harmful to the environment.

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For 100 years, Rit dye has been used to revitalize and customize fashion, home décor, craft and DIY projects. Rit offers an easy way to rejuvenate your wardrobe and add new life to your home by re-dying faded jeans, updating curtains and dyeing furniture slipcovers and more. Want something to look unique and one of a kind? ? ignite your creative spirit and customize with color using fun techniques such as ombre, dip-dyed, ice-dyed, tie-dyed or shibori patterns. Rit dyes can be mixed to create endless color possibilities ? go to RitDye.com to view over 500 color recipes. Rit dye will permanently color a range of fabrics and materials including cotton, linen, silk, wool, ramie, rayon, nylon blends, polyester/cotton blends, wood, wicker, paper, cork, clay, sand, shells, feathers? All Rit dyes are nontoxic, safe for disposal and septic systems and not harmful to the environment.Rit Dye Liquid 8oz Royal Blue is an all-purpose dye for natural fibers.  Can be used in a washing machine, plastic bucket, stainless steel sink or pot.  Mix dyes to create more than 500 additional colors.  Color recipes available on the Rit website.
Non-toxic.

Warning:

proposition 65 reasons:titanium dioxide, other chemicals

Ingredients:

Ingredients: Salt (Sodium Chloride), Anionic, Nonionic Surfactants

Directions:

Instructions: . Use 1 bottle for 2 lb. dry fabric. For dark or bright colors, double dye quantity. Add 1 cup salt to dyebath 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

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Brand
Rit
Manufacturer Part Number
88290
Manufacturer
Nakoma
Color
Royal Blue
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
5.47 x 2.63 x 2.16 Inches

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RIT- Color Dyes
Rit- Color dyes have been around for Years. Color dyes have been around for dying clothes and tie dyes . I'm going to color my Living curtains. I guess I'm old fashion. But I've been coloring my clothes for years. TRY THE PRODUCT, YOU'LL LOVE IT !!!
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Does not work on modal fabrics
Followed directions precisely. Left my Halston top splotchy, not a saturated color through out. I bought the wine color for a wine top that had a couple of bleach stains. It covered the bleach stains but the rest was uneven coloring. Probably only works well on cotton.
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RIT- Color Dyes
Rit- Color dyes have been around for Years. Color dyes have been around for dying clothes and tie dyes . I'm going to color my Living curtains. I guess I'm old fashion. But I've been coloring my clothes for years. TRY THE PRODUCT, YOU'LL LOVE IT !!!
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Does not work on modal fabrics
Followed directions precisely. Left my Halston top splotchy, not a saturated color through out. I bought the wine color for a wine top that had a couple of bleach stains. It covered the bleach stains but the rest was uneven coloring. Probably only works well on cotton.
Rit- Color dyes have been around for Years. Color dyes have been around for dying clothes and tie dyes . I'm going to color my Living curtains. I guess I'm old fashion. But I've been coloring my clothes for years. TRY THE PRODUCT, YOU'LL LOVE IT !!!
Followed directions precisely. Left my Halston top splotchy, not a saturated color through out. I bought the wine color for a wine top that had a couple of bleach stains. It covered the bleach stains but the rest was uneven coloring. Probably only works well on cotton.

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Rit- Color dyes have been around for Years. Color dyes have been around for dying clothes and tie dyes . I'm going to color my Living curtains. I guess I'm old fashion. But I've been coloring my clothes for years. TRY THE PRODUCT, YOU'LL LOVE IT !!!

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Worked well on the stove

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I dyed a thin white tshirt and it came out well. Just be sure you really make the fabric turn this way and taht. There was an area where it was folded that wasn't as dark. I simply did another pot on the stove and made sure it was exposed to the dye/water and voila, it came out great. total time in the hot water/dye was about 20 minutes.

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Rit Fabric Dye EZ

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This product was purchased by me for a neighbor. My friend has not told me whether this product performed as it did "back in the day"! I do, more than not, expect that Rit Products have the same quality and ease of use that they did back in the 1940's. Been around a long time. Nothing to lose and the price is affordable too.

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Will buy again

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I bought this dye for a Halloween costume and it did the job. Just the right shade of green I was looking for. I dyed the cloth in a tote in the bathtub and it worked fine. I have yet to try rit in the washing machine.

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Throw rugs a new color.

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Used instructions from website for front loader. Everything came out matching. No running or fading.

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by ErenSeptember 12, 2013


1. It can be put down a stainless steel sink or you can dispose of it out in the yard.
by CaitlinJ
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2. best to do it in the washer, for no mess!
by BugieAnne
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3. I washed it down my [stainless steel] kitchen sink with running warm water. The instructions say that it's ok to do that. Used regular ole cleanser to clean the sink afterwards, looked good as new.
by Steve
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Last answer: December 19, 2013

by ChristieJanuary 22, 2013


1. What is the fiber type? If it's a natural fiber, meaning cotton, linen, wool, it should take the dye well. If it's a synthetic fiber then you may find it takes the dye uneven or that it takes longer or that it may actually damage the fabric. Dyeing effectiveness can also be altered depending on whether the print was woven or printed. You can usually figure out by seeing if the pattern is on both sides of the fabric. If there's only a pattern on the outside then it's printed. Any fabric can take dye a little wonky at times, but can also be perfect at others. When working with commercial items it's frankly always a toss up to see if things go well or not and you can have a large batch of the same thing and still end up with failed pieces. If you can do a small test, then do it before trying to do the whole thing. If not, you can take a leap of faith and try it or look for what you want in the color you want instead. I doubt you'll completely get rid of all traces of it having been a camo print if that's what you're after, but you can always try if you want it bad enough. But just remember the jacket could be ruined in the process because black is probably the strongest color that Rit, or any company for that matter, makes. Good Luck!
by KatieTheCraftGirl
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2. It would not completely cover the print.
by CaitlinJ
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Last answer: May 24, 2013

by richNovember 7, 2012


1. Possibly, but it's probably not a good idea. There's no way to know how Rit will respond to the fiber type used in vehicle carpeting and it could completely ruin the carpet. It would be a good idea to ask a certified shop what they use to customize carpeting or research what the bigger manufacturers use before jumping into this project. In the end, it may cost more to have it done by a pro but it could mean the difference between having and not having carpet. Your choice.
by KatieTheCraftGirl
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2. I've used it with great success on car carpets.. I just did my sons red carpet and dyed it black. it took a total of 6 bottles, I went to home depot bought the biggest plastic tub they had ($22# then took the hose from washer #hot water) filled the plastic tub up mixed in three bottles of dye and weighted the carpet down with weights. I let the carpet sit for 12hrs and repeated the process twice before it all changed black.. I was again really happy with it and would recommended it a heartbeat
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