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Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye - Velvet Black

Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye - Velvet Black

Product ID: 87012

$2.55 Each

QTY (each) at $2.55 / Each

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  • Weight: 1.74 Oz
  • Usage: One pack dyes up to 0.5 lbs of fabric (e.g. large shirt) to full shade. Larger amounts of fabric will result in lighter shade. Suitable fabrics include cotton, linen, ramie and rayon. Wool, silk, and polyester/cotton mixes will dye to lighter shade. Not suitable for pure polyester, acrylic-nylon, & fabric with special finishes.

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Very good choice .
Hilbert F on Feb 18, 2018
I need to dye my black color clothes because most of them fade.
Zulfa E on Nov 22, 2017
Very good choice .
Hilbert F on Feb 18, 2018
I needed to dye 100% cotton shirts, and your website made it clear that this was the right product.
robert j on Dec 26, 2017
I need to dye my black color clothes because most of them fade.
Zulfa E on Nov 22, 2017
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Ginger D on Nov 7, 2017
Great price, great quality
I got bleach on my black pants. I am hoping this will fix it
BRANDI H on Jul 2, 2017
I needed a permanent dye
JUTTA A on May 19, 2017
need to dye uniform jackets & slacks from pewter to black
RITA B on Apr 19, 2017
I needed to dye 100% cotton shirts, and your website made it clear that this was the right product.
robert j on Dec 26, 2017
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Ginger D on Nov 7, 2017
How much of your product would I need to dye a jeep soft top ?
A shopper on Sep 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You would first need to find out what type of fabric the top consists of, this dye is not suited to work with certain fabrics or special finishes. One pack dyes up to 0.5 lbs of fabric so you would have to go by weight.

Update: We now carry Rit DyeMore, which works on polyester and other synthetic fibers. Find it in the Rit dye section: www.onlinefabricstore.net/brand-rit.aspx?product=fabric-dyes
I have a 65% polyester and 35%cotton shirt what do i use to make it black i dyed it but it turned out grey?
A shopper on Sep 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi, unfortunately, this Dylon dye doesn't work on polyester, and we don't currently carry any dyes that do. The shirt came out gray because it dyed the cotton part of the material, but not the polyester. Since the percentage of polyester is high and you want a dark color, even if you dyed it again, it would come out the same gray.

Update: We now carry Rit DyeMore, which works on polyester and other synthetic fibers. Find it in the Rit dye section: www.onlinefabricstore.net/brand-rit.aspx?product=fabric-dyes
I have white jeans and I want to dye them black will this work?
A shopper on Dec 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You'd need to double check the content of your jeans. Wool, silk, and polyester/cotton mixes will dye to lighter shade.
Can I dye a dress polyester lanon?
A shopper on Oct 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This dye will not work on polyester, but Rit DyeMore Synthetic Fiber Dye does. See this tutorial for more information: www.onlinefabricstore.net/makersmill/rit-dyemore-synthetic-fiber-dye/
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I covered the bleach stain with sharpie but its still visible can I cover it with this fabric dye and it still work?
A shopper on Oct 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It depends on the material. If it is cotton or another natural fiber it may work. But bleach can damage the fabric, in which case it might not work.
Will it bleed? I'm making a quilt
A shopper on Sep 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye won't bleed as long as you get all the excess dye out when rinsing after dyeing. It's also colorfast and won't fade over time when washed.
Is it powder or liquid?
A shopper on Sep 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is a powder fabric dye.
Is this a cold water dye?
A shopper on Sep 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This dye works best with water at hot temperatures. Hot tap water is usually sufficient, but for black in particular, heating the water further on the stove or in the microwave provides the best results.

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Worked well with navy to produce a very dark blue. 2 Navy & 1 velvet black.
December 3, 2017
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