Basic range of low temperature acid dyes - High tinctorial strength. High light fastness.
Dyed at temperature of 50°C (120°F) for pale shades or 70°-75°C (160°-165°F) for dark shades.
Used for dyeing knitted wool garments, silk, woollen yarn and sheep skins. Because of the low temperature dyeing there is reduced risk of shrinkage or felting of wool. All colours are intermixable.
Prices are subject to change without notice.
For every 100g of dry fabric to be dyed you require...
1 - 2 gram of dye
2 litre of water
1 teaspoon of Acetic acid 30%
For pale shades set water temperature at 50°C (120°F)
For deep shades set water temperature 70°-75°C (160°-165°F)
At this temperature, the knitted wool will not shrink or felt.
Soak garment for 30 minutes in dye bath.