DYLON FABRIC 400g MACHINE DYE
DENIM BLUE - CHOCOLATE BROWN - VELVET BLACK
No wardrobe is complete without a classic pair of good fitting jeans.
Sometimes they look better as time goes by after a little wear and tear
and fade, but not always. For those other times when you want to bring
them back to life, use Jeans Blue for a fresh injection of colour.
Give yourself permission to indulge in deliciously rich
Chocolate Brown. This colour was created to tempt and delight, so why
not treat yourself with some dark and intense chocolate flavour. This
stylish colour will add depth to your wardrobe and bring richness and
warmth into your home.
Black will always have an air of classic, chic
sophistication. Coco Chanel was captivated by the mysterious allure of
black; Jackie O loved to wear it; Audrey Hepburn understood its timeless
charm. Black can create the perfect silhouette; it can be bold just as
it can be comforting; perfect for evenings out and days at the office.
So why not bring faded blacks back with renewed intensity or turn a
colourful little frock into the perfect little black dress. With Velvet
Black, your blacks will be at their best, rich, intense and profoundly
400g FABRIC DYE - FOR MACHINE USE
These colours are also available in Fabric Dye 200g machine dye packs or 50g sachets for hand use at our Ebay shop
From all colours bright & beautiful to rich & intense shades,
with DYLON Fabric Dyes for machine use you have all the colours of the
rainbow to choose from. These dyes are simply bursting with a whole
spectrum of colourful possibilities, so if you feel like a change, you
can wake up your wardrobe, revive a faded top or brighten some cushion
covers, with colour & ease.
You can choose from our range of 24 beautiful colours in 200g or 50g packs, all available at our |Ebay shop
...and don't forget, for effective dyeing you'll need to add salt to 200g packs (see instructions for details)
DYLON dyes give you a whole spectrum of possibilities with colour.
Whether you want to brighten up your wardrobe, give an old dress a new
lease of life, or add a few accents of colour to a room, DYLON have a
dye to suit your needs.
Fabric Dyes for machine use are perfect for larger items and Fabric Dyes
for hand use are ideal for dyeing smaller things and delicates. Both
are available in a myriad of colours. With Wash & Dye reviving
colour has never been so easy.
All our dyes come with a promise of brilliant, permanent results you can
be proud of.
TO VIEW ALL COLOURS AVAILABLE VISIT OUR DYLON FABRIC DYE CATEGORY AT OUR EBAY SHOP
What fabrics can I dye?
Cotton, linen and viscose will dye to the full
shade shown on the pack Mixtures of these with polyester will result in lighter
shades Polyester, Nylon and other synthetics can not be dyed Wool and silk can
be dyed with DYLON Hand Fabric Dye.
Will dye cover up bleach
As bleach can harm the fabric, dyeing may not
usually cover up bleach marks.
Can I dye fabric white?
It is not possible to dye a fabric
Can I dye denim?
Yes, Machine Fabric Dye or Wash & Dye are best
for dyeing denim however you will loose the light dark contrast typically
associated with denim.
What do I do if I don't know what the fabric
Cut a small section from an inconspicuous area e.g.
the hem and send it to us and we'll let you know.
Can I dye faded items?
Yes but you should use DYLON Pre-Dye first to
remove the colour from the fabric and insure that you get an even
Can I use dyes in the
Yes you can use DYLON Hand Fabric Dye in the
microwave. Microwave dyeing can achieve some good tie-dye effects however if you
are looking for an even finish we would not recommend using the
Why do I need to use salt?
You need to use salt with all DYLON dyes except
Wash & Dye (it's already in Wash & Dye) because it opens up the pores of
the fabric and allows the dye to be absorbed.
Will dyeing affect subsequent washes in my
No, just make sure that you follow the pack
Will dyeing stain my
No, just make sure that you follow the pack
Approximate Weight Guide
We would always advise that you weigh the item that
you want to dye to determine how many packs of dye you'll need. The table below
gives you a rough idea of the weight of some regular items.
Jeans or Trousers 600g (1 1/4lbs)
2 Shirts 500g (1lb)
Towel 600g (1 1/4lbs)
Double Sheet 600g (1 1/4lbs)
Double Duvet Cover
1200g (2 1/2lbs)
Curtains 2kg (4lbs)
Fabric dyes will blend with the original colour of
your fabric so you'll need to consider colour mixing rules.
* Red + Blue = Purple
* Blue + Yellow =
* Red + Yellow = Orange
Alternatively, you can use DYLON Pre-Dye to return
a fabric to a neutral shade before dyeing to obtain the colour close to that
shown on the pack.
Visit our ebay shop for a whole range of fabric paints crayons, pens and dyes