Tulip Tie Dye Kit Ultimate Large (5 Bottles)
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Rock one of the hottest fashion trends around with a Tulip Tie Dye Kit Ultimate Large One-Step where you can create vibrant, outrageous tie-dye art on anything you can tie dye! Just add water and a little bit of creativity for a fashion masterpiece! It’s fashion art made EASY!
Great for multicolour projects and group activities, there’s something for everyone in the variety of 3-colour, 5-colour and 12-colour combo packs.
The best tie dye kit on the market in 2020!
Get creative with the Tulip Tie Dye Kit – Ultimate (Large 5 Bottles)
How to Tie Dye – EASY Instructions for Beginners
Tie dye kit instructions:
Set up work surface
Protect work surface with a plastic tablecloth or trash bags. Cover with a layer of paper towels.
Prewash fabric to remove sizing. Do not use fabric softener or dryer sheet. Choose desired technique. If using wet technique, use directly from washer. If using dry technique, first dry fabric in dryer.
If using a flat method of dyeing, place plastic wrap or trash bag between layers of fabric to keep dye from seeping through to other side.
Wearing rubber gloves, add water to dye bottle, filling to line. Replace cap tightly. Shake until dye is dissolved. Use full-strength for intense colours. For a lighter shade of colour, add more water using extra bottles if needed.
Apply dye on fabric, checking to make sure dye has penetrated into folds. Do not over-saturate fabric. If dye is applied too close together, the colours may become muddy.
Check backside of fabric item to make sure dye has penetrated to backside. If not, carefully flip fabric item over and add dye.
Wrap, let set, rinse
Cover dyed fabric with plastic wrap to keep damp. Let set 8-12 hours or longer for most intense colors. Fully rinse dyed fabric in warm water until all extra dye is removed and water runs clear – removing rubber bands if used.
Fill washer to large load setting with hottest water suitable for the fabric and a small amount of laundry soap. Wash and dry separately.
Wash separately the first few washes. Do not allow dyed fabric to rest wet on other items.
General Tips and Tricks for Tie Dyeing Fabrics:
Natural fibers like cotton, silk, and linen absorb dyes much easier than sythetic fabrics.
While dyes do revive old fabrics, they won’t hide stains.
If mixing dyes to create your own colour, test the dye mixture with a paper towel before putting in the fabric.
After removing the fabric from the bath, rinse it first in warm water and then in cool water until the water runs clear.
Wash the dyed fabric by itself for the first few times. You can add a small white cloth with it in the washing machine to see if it still bleeds colour.
Use hot water and powdered cleanser or bleach to clean the containers or sinks you used to dye the fabric.
- Always read and follow the instructions before starting to get better results with your Tulip Tie Dye Kit – Ultimate (Large 5 Bottles).
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- Rock one of the hottest fashion trends around with a Tulip® One-Step Tie-Dye Kit® where you can create vibrant, outrageous tie-dye art on anything you can tie dye! Just add water and a little bit of creativity for a fashion masterpiece!
- It’s fashion art made EASY!
- Features 5 bottles of dye: Teal, Royal Blue, Black, Purple and Fuchsia.
- They make great gifts and are wonderful party activities.
- Kits contain everything needed for dyeing (except the fabric): pre-measured Procion MX Dye powder (in convenient applicator bottles), Soda Ash dye fixer, rubber bands, gloves and easy-to-follow instructions. Ages 8+
- Dyes Up to 15 shirts
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