15.8oz/450gm – JACQUARD UREA – Slow the drying process
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JACQUARD UREA is a humectant that attracts moisture from the air. You can use urea, when applying dye solutions directly to fabric, as in tie dyeing or hand painting. It slows the drying process; therefore it allows more time for the dye to react with the fiber and yields deeper shades. Urea can be used with Sodium Alginate thickener for screen printing, painting or direct dye application.
Add 1 tablespoon/15 g JACQUARD UREA per 8 fl oz/0.24 L solution (¼ cup/57 g per 1 qt/0.95 L of dye solution).
- Always read and follow the instructions before starting to get better results with your JACQUARD UREA.
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- Sodium Alginate SH is a seaweed derivative that is used to thicken dyes for painting, stamping or screen printing. For thicker fabrics, use a thinner consistency of liquid dye solution to ensure dye penetration.
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