by Imperial Chemical Industries .
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Jacquard Procion Dyes - Dye Cotton, Silk & Rayon Dyes Jacquard Procion Dyes Dye Cotton, Silk & Rayon Dyes Jacquard Procion Dyes During the Covid crisis Kraftkolour is open for online sales only and the Office is closed on Fridays. Dye classes more commonly used on cellulose (cotton etc.) The same types of fiber reactive dyes that are the best of all dyes on cotton and other cellulose fibers, including Procion MX, Cibacron F/Sabracron F, and Drimarene K, among others, can also be used as acid dyes to dye wool. An acid dye recipe must be used, with vinegar or other acid replacing the soda ash (base) used in . Silk and linen blends: fiber-reactive dye (Procion MX) in one bath, and a subsequent bath in an acid dye (Jacquard Acid). You can use a union dye (RIT or Dylon) or iDye for Natural fabrics instead, but the color won’t be as intense. Cotton and spandex: fiber-reactive dyes (Procion MX) to guarantee the color will last through washing. Start your next project with our fabric dyes, each used for different fiber types including Cotton, Silk, Rayon, Hemp, Nylon, Acrylic, and Wool, etc. With thousands of colors to choose from - your creative projects are endless! Position Name Price. PRO MX Fiber Reactive Dye. Price From: $ $ PRO Sabraset Dye. Price From: $
Reactive Dyes for Cotton. Vinyl Sulphone Dyes on Cotton. Hot Dyeing Reactive Dyes on Cotton. All information is provided for guidance and in good faith but without guarantee. Suitability for application and end use requirements remain the users responsibility. Illustration of the product does not imply freedom from patent restrictions in any. Cotton, Silk & Rayon Dyes - Dye Cotton, Silk & Rayon Dyes Dye Cotton, Silk & Rayon Dyes During the Covid crisis Kraftkolour is open for online sales only and the . PRO MX Fiber Reactive Dyes: (Procion) dye cellulose fibers - plant based fibers like cotton, linen, ramie, hemp, viscose rayon, bamboo, jute, paper, wood, basket reed, even silk at room temperature. With a different procedure these dyes work on protein fibers (wool). They are completely intermixable and have excellent wash and light fastness. Dyeing Cotton Fabrics. Posted on J by zedster A few weeks ago I decided to dye some of the cotton fabrics I was using in felting: Cotton Gauze, Cheesecloth, Muslin, a few lightweight cottons and some cotton/synthetic mixes. I started out using some Scarlet RIT dye and I was really pleased with how easy it was to use and how well.
Procion Dyes. Procion Fiber Reactive Dyes are specially formulated for cellulose fibers like cotton, linen, ramie and rayon. They also work well on silk. They are considered “cold water ” dyes because they react with the cellulose fibers at 90ºF – making them great for solar dyeing, tie dyeing and batik. At we carry only high quality fabric dyes for natural fabrics. Our Procion MX fabric dyes are suitable for cotton,rayon,and silk fabrics. These cold water fabric dyesare permanent and the deep, rich colors are sure to please you. Use these fabric dyes for tie dye and submersion dyes for clothing, quilts and any home decorating projects. Cold water dye for natural fibres. PROCION DYES: Fibre-reactive dyes for natural fabrics. In powder form. Particularly effective on cellulose-based fibres (eg cotton, linen, viscose); they may be lighter and less predictable on wool and silk. Bright, clean, permanent colours. Colours are inter-mixable, or one colour ca. In this paper, the natural dyes are extracted and fabric dyeing is analyzed by applying dye on % pure cotton. At first stage we extract dye from .