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144 - Front lace Dye/Lace Tint - Dylon Dye - Single 50g Pot

  • 144 - Front lace Dye/Lace Tint - Dylon Dye - Single 50g Pot
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This is a Lace Dye to dye Swiss Front Lace only. Please use to dye other fabrics but we do not guarantee the outcome. A permanent Lace Dye that will not change colour or lift with Lace cleaning chemicals. This item is single colour pots of 50 grams for those who dye larger amounts of lace.

5 Colours: 1.Black   2.Dark Brown   3.Mid Red Brown   4.Cool Red Brown   5.Warm Terracotta

Once the fabric has been dyed and thoroughly rinsed it should not cause any allergic skin reactions.

Mix the colours to achieve desired skin colour. This is a powder to which you add water and salt to make permanent.

Price does not include VAT

DYE INSTRUCTIONS:-

Dye Sheet Instructions: Front Lace only - A Instruction sheet will come with your order

 These are chemical Dyes. Do not ingest or get into your eyes. The dye will stain most things it comes into contact with so please wear gloves, mop up splashes and protect your clothing. See Safety Data Sheet Below

PREPARE: Dye – gloves – tea spoon – pot, to go on cooker - a stirring stick (I use an old wooden spoon) – boiling water from kettle – liquid measure

 *The basic mix is one pint of hot water, 1 level teaspoons of dye, 1 tablespoon (30gms) Salt as a fix and 1 Pint of water

 From this standard mix you can change the amounts of water and dye to achieve different shades of colour. For more subtle shades add more water and less dye. You need to experiment and work out how to achieve the different colours. Use small scraps of fabric to test colour

 It is the heat as well as the mordant that sets the colour. Make sure your water is hot and keep it on a gentle simmer while the dye takes…this can be anything from 1 – 3 minutes to 15 -30 minutes depending on the depth of colour you need.

 Make sure the salt is dissolved before you add the dye powder.

 COLOURS:

No 1 - Black – Based on a Blue Colour

No 2 - Dark brown (Red Tones)

No 3 - Warm Mid Brown

No 4 - Dark Red Brown

No 5 - Terracotta - A Warm Yellow

 I use three types of dye pots: A standard cooking pot for small pieces of fabric. A fish kettle for larger pieces of fabric and if I am dyeing large amounts of fabric I use a 50 Litre pot.

PLEASE READ SAFETY DATA SHEET BELOW

Dylon Dye – Safety Data Sheet.

Before you start to dye your fabric please make sure you: -

1* Wear a pair of Rubber Gloves

2* Do not get the powder or liquid Dye in your eyes/ wear protective glasses

3* Do not ingest the powder

4* Do not inhale the powder

5* Avoid contact with skin

6* Mop up splashes immediately

7* Wear a protective apron/protective clothing

8* Ensure there is adequate ventilation

9* Keep out of the reach of children

Colour 1 – This product has no classification under CLP. This product is not identified as a PBT/vPvB substance.

Hazardous ingredient: C.I. Direct Yellow 12 – may produce allergic reaction

Non-Classified ingredients: Sodium Chloride

Colour 2 - CLP classification – EUH 208. This product is not identified as a PBT/vPvB substance

Hazardous Ingredient: C.I. Disperse Yellow 42- may produce allergic reaction

Non-classified ingredient: Sodium Sulphate

Colour 3 – CLP classification – EUH 208. This product is not identified as a PBT/vPvB substance

Hazardous ingredient: C.I Disperse Red 82 – may cause allergic reaction

Non-classified ingredient: Sodium Chloride

Colour 4 - CLP classification – Skin Sens 1: H317. This product is not identified as a PBT/vPvB substance

Hazard Pictogram GHS07

Hazardous Ingredient: C.I Disperse Yellow 42 – may cause allergic reaction

Non-Classified ingredient: Sodium Sulphate

Colour 5 - CLP classification – Skin Sens 1:H317. This product is not identified as a PBT/vPvB substance

Hazard Pictogram GHS07

Hazard ingredients: C.I. Disperse Yellow 42 – may cause allergic reaction

Non-classified ingredient: Sodium Sulphate

 First Aid measures:

1* SKIN -Wash skin immediately with plenty of soap and water

2* EYES – Bathe the eyes with running water for 15 minutes

3* INGESTION – Do not induce vomiting. Wash out mouth with water. If conscious immediately drink half litre of water.

4* INHALATION – Remove person from exposure