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Rit DyeMore Liquid Dye, Apricot Orange
Rit DyeMore Liquid Dye, Apricot Orange
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Dye synthetic fabric and fabric blends, which include anything with 35% or more polyester, acrylic, acetate or nylon. Perfect for rejuvenating faded clothing, upcycling, hiding laundry accidents and so much more
With 250+ color recipes available on Ritâs website, it is almost certain youâll find the right color for your needs
Due to the complexity of dyeing synthetic fabrics, you must use this dye in a stainless steel pot on your stove top to maintain a high water temperature throughout the duration of dyeing. Cannot be used in a washing machine
If dyeing fabric with less than 35% synthetic fabric (i. e. polyester, acrylic or acetate), use Rit All-Purpose Dye instead
Rit DyeMore Advanced Liquid Dye for Polyester, Acrylic, Acetate, Nylon and More, Apricot Orange
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Rit DyeMore Advanced Liquid Dye
A dye made specifically for synthetic fabrics, which includes anything with 35% or more polyester, acrylic or acetate. Each little bottle packs a colorful punch and is ready to deliver a custom touch to garments new and old, household items, and more. It even works on 3D printed items, lacrosse sticks, wigs and most plastics. Plus, just like our original formula, Rit DyeMore is non-toxic and safe for sewer and septic systems.
*Important Note: Due to the complexity of dyeing synthetics, you must use Rit DyeMore with the stovetop method to maintain an almost boiling temperature for the duration of your dyeing. Accordingly: (1) you cannot use Rit DyeMore to dye anything that wonât fit into a pot on your stove and (2) you cannot use your washer because the machine wonât be able to achieve the water temperature needed for Rit DyeMore to penetrate the fabric.
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