Rit DyeMore Liquid Synthetic Fiber Dye - Peacock Green
- Product ID: 2032 2032
- Manufacturer: Rit
Weight: 7 Fluid Oz
For more information, see our Rit DyeMore Product Guide.
- Usage: For use on polyester cotton blends, polyester, nylon, acrylic, acetate. Remove any finishes before dyeing. Use 1 bottle for 2 lbs. dry fabric. For polyester double dye quantity. Stove top method required for dyeing synthetic materials.
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I am looking for something close to sage green any suggestions?
BEST ANSWER: We'd suggest mixing this Peacock Green with the Frost Gray. If you want a warmer shade, you could add the Sand Stone color too. Start off with relatively small amounts of dye and add colors until you get the shade you want. You can get a pretty good idea of the color by dipping the edge of a white paper towel in the dye bath. Different materials will take the dye differently, like nylon tends to dye dark and fast, while polyester usually takes longer and may dye lighter. See this page for instructions and to see how different fabrics dye:
I'm potentially looking at dyeing a 100% polyester dress and would like it to be anywhere from a forest green to an olive green. What do you recommend?
BEST ANSWER: I used peacock green and chocolate -- one bottle each -- hoping for olive green on a garment. It came out a muddy brownish/greenish color, really ugly. Be careful adding chocolate brown -- do it a little at a time and test often until you get the color you want. I was a first-time user and didn't know to dip a paper tower into the dye bath to check the color. Lesson learned.
Do you have package which include all the colors, if you have then how much it cause plus delivery in UAE ... thank you?
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, we do not have a package that contains all of the colors.
What colors do I mix to get army green ?
I can't find this color in the all-purpose version, and I'd like to dye cotton rope. What happens to natural fibers with this dye? Thanks!
BEST ANSWER: This works well on natural fibers too!
can I use Rit to dye a mahogany color wig?
BEST ANSWER: You could, but unless you're dyeing a light colored wig the color may not show as well.
what colors make sage green my uniforms have to be sage and they are very hard to find?
BEST ANSWER: This green color dye may result in sage green if you use less dye than recommended for full color and/or leave it in the dye bath for a shorter amount of time. Depending on the shade of sage green you want, you may want to add a bit of the gray to make it more muted or a bit of blue if you want the shade to be cooler. You can test it out before dyeing by dipping a white paper towel in the dye bath briefly, make any adjustments, and repeat until it's the shade you want.
I have a pair of emerald green scrubs (cotton/spandex blend) that I need to dye hunter green. Will this color get me close to hunter green?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this should be close. To get a dark color, double the recommended amount of dye.
How did I dye a 100% cotton cap?
Im looking to get a dark green synthetic dye color but you only have Peacock Green for synthetic. What do you recommend i mix to achieve the Dark Green color as the all purpose dye for a synthetic mix?