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Use these professional primary colors and black to produce every color you can imagine. I use this dye on raw fleece, rovings, batts, yarns and wool fabrics. (Yarn and fabric photos are for examples of color only, not included)

You will receive 4 colors - Red, Yellow, Blue and Black (There is a sample photo of the red, blue and yellow, the black is a true black and makes a nice silver grey in dilute amounts, or does a nice antique finish when used with the other colors). Each cannister weighs 2\/3 ounces. Also included is a container of Glauber Salt. I will include photocopied instructions for those of you that may not be familiar with basic acid dye techniques.

MajicCarpet Dyes are 100% Acid dyes. Use them as you would other acid dyes - the acid is applied in the dyeing process by adding vinegar to your dyebath\/and or wool pre-soak . They are great for dyeing Wool, Nylon and Silk.

MajicCarpet Dyes are:

- Safe for home use, please follow instructions and use with usual care (rubber glove, tools and containers for dye use only)

- contain no fillers, very concentrated (a little goes a long way. I use 1\/32 tsp. on 4 ounces of wool yarn).

-safe non- toxic dyes - WHMIS rating of "0"

- used as a food colourant in industrial applications.

- colourfast (heat and vinegar set the colors)

- extremely colour intense

- will dye 6 lb. of wool with 1 oz. of dye approx.(medium value)

- dye wool, silk and nylon. Not suitable for cotton, viscose or rayon

- dye powder is 100% soluble

- accepted back into the environment causing no imbalance (after a dye bath is exhausted, with no color remaining, I nutralize the acid with a bit of baking soda).

Tips: It is very important to use boiling water to mix your formula. It is important to have Glauber Salts on hand when dyeing. The chemical name is Sodium Sulphate (Na2SO4). Don't confuse Glauber Salts with table salt or coarse salt. The Glauber Salts act as a leveling agent. When you mix your dye solution the dye material should be dissolved.
Add the Glauber Salts if you experience any of the following globbing of solution, flakes in solution and\/or murky. Start with 1\/4 tsp. increments. (personally I haven't had any dissolving problems, so I never use glauber salt).

Frequently asked questions about woolywoolofthewest

Shipping is estimated and a refund of postage overage, in amounts more than $1 are refunded.

SALE - Concentrated, ACID DYES in Primary colors and black for wool, silk and nylon - Custom mix and dye a rainbow of colors