Viktoria Fabric Dye 59 COLOURS 10 gr pack for 200 gr fabric Hand And Machine Dye


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Suitable fabrics: Cotton, linen and viscose. Wool, Silk, Polyester/cotton and polyester/viscose mixes will dye to lighter  shade
Not suitable: Pure polyester, acrylic, nylon &  fabric with special finishes
Fabric dyeing is seen as a demanding job by everyone. The reason is that dyeing requires workshop, additional equipment, follow-up and time. Since if one aims to make dyeing professionally, there is a need for a suitable workshop, supplementary equipment (certain chemicals and outfits) to be used in the workshop and certainly the time to follow the processes. 
Viktoria Fabric Dyes steps in at that point exactly. There is no need for workshop, additional equipment, follow-up and time thanks to Viktoria Fabric Dyes. Because the Viktoria Dye has been designed and developed accordingly. 
While dyeing your fabric with Viktoria Fabric Dyes, the only workshop you need is your home. Yes, you did not read it wrong! Every house is a workshop for you. What about the required additional equipment and chemicals? We thought about this as well; the additional equipment is your washing machine and the required chemicals are some salt and vinegar which are at your elbow at home. All that remains is to choose your way of practicing according to your imagination. The most important point is the environmental sensitivity of Viktoria Fabric Dyes. Viktoria Fabric Dyes are safely cleaned from both sewage and septic systems and do not damage the nature
Viktoria Bucket or Sink Method
1. To determine how much dye is needed, weigh the item to be dyed on a food scales or estimate the weight. Generally, a package of Viktoria Fabric Dye dyes 200 grams of dry fabric. If you want to get a very bold color, double the amount of dye.
2. If you are not sure about whether your fabric will accept the dye or whether it will be the color you want, we recommend that you first test a swatch. 
3. Before dyeing, remove stains on the clothes. This enables to have straight color results while dyeing. Wash the prewashing item with warm and soapy water. This helps to remove all surfaces which may prevent dye absorption.
4. Cover the working place with a plastic tablecloth and use practical paper towels to protect against possible spills.
5. Use rubber gloves to protect hands from getting dirty and to isolate them when working with hot water.
6. Fill a plastic container or stainless steel sink with enough water to allow the fabric to move freely. Water should be 60ºC ideally. If the tap water is not hot enough, heat the water in the oven and add to the dye liquor. 
7. To boost the color: (1) add a glass of salt while dyeing fabrics containing cotton, rayon, ramie and linen; (2) add a glass of vinegar while dyeing fabrics containing nylon, silk or wool. 
8. Add a tea spoon of dishwashing liquid to support level dyeing.
9. Dissolve the powder paint duly with a hot water in a plastic container.
10. Cast the dissolved powder paint into dye liquor and stir well.
11. Test the color by sopping a paper towel in the dye liquor. If the color is too light, add more dye. If the color is too dark, add more water. 
12. Wet the item to be dyed and add to the dye liquor.
13. Stir slowly and continuously. The first ten minutes is the most critical. Stirring helps to provide the same color without leaving stains. 
14. The item can be kept within the dye liquor for ten minutes to an hour. Keep the fabric in the dye liquor for at least 30 minutes to ensure that the color is completely filled. Nylon inclines to dye much faster and much darker than other fibers, so less time is needed in the dye liquor. 
15. When the desired color is achieved, remove it from the dye liquor. The fabric will look darker when wet and then will become lighter as it dries.
16. To boost color and reduce color bleeding, use Fiske Fabric Dye Stabilizer immediately after dyeing and before washing by reading these instructions. 
17. Rinse in cold water till the rinse water begins to clarify.
18. Wash with warm water and mild detergent, then rinse and dry.
Viktoria Washing Machine
1. Before dyeing, remove stains on the clothes. This enables to have straight color results while dyeing. Wash the prewashing item with warm and soapy water. This helps to remove all surfaces which may prevent dye absorption.
2. Set the water temperature to the warmest possible and realize a washing cycle of at least 30 minutes or longer. The longer the product is in the paint, the darker the colors. The longer the product stays in the dye, the darker the colors. 
3. Wear rubber gloves, mix Viktoria Fabric Dye with very hot water in a plastic container. Melt well.
4. If you are dyeing natural fibers such as cotton or linen, dissolve one cup of salt in four cups of very hot water in a separate container. If you are dyeing silk or nylon, mix two to four cups of hot tap water with one cup vinegar.
5. Add a tea spoon of dishwashing liquid to support level dyeing.
6. Start the cycle.
7. Cast the dye solution into the distributor. Then cast salt or vinegar solution. Wash the distributor duly with four cups of hot tap water.
8. To boost color and reduce dye bleeding, cast the Fiske Fabric Dye Stabilizer into the softener section. Use one packet flick for one pack Viktoria.
9. Wash the item again with warm water and mild detergent. 
10. To clean washing machine: Wipe the inside of the cover and cast some bleach from the internal distributor (if any) as dyes may enter these areas. Then fill the washer to the highest water level and select the hottest water temperature setting. Add two cups of chloric bleach and detergent and realize a washing cycle with three old towels
Viktoria Boiling Method
1. To determine how much dye is needed, weigh the item to be dyed on a food scales or estimate the weight. Generally, a package of Viktoria Fabric Dye dyes 200 grams of dry fabric. If you want to get a very bold color, double the amount of dye.
2. If you are not sure about whether your fabric will accept the dye or whether it will be the color you want, we recommend that you first test a swatch. 
3. Before dyeing, remove stains on the clothes. This enables to have straight color results while dyeing. Wash the prewashing item with warm and soapy water. This helps to remove all surfaces which may prevent dye absorption.
4. Cover the stove with plastic tablecloths and keep practical paper towels to protect against possible spills.
5. Use rubber gloves to protect hands from getting dirty and to isolate them when working with hot water.
6. Fill a plastic container or stainless steel sink with enough water to allow the fabric to move freely. Close the pot and warm water on the stove just below the boiling (95 ° C or higher).
7. To boost the color: (1) add a glass of salt while dyeing fabrics containing cotton, rayon, ramie and linen; (2) add a glass of vinegar while dyeing fabrics containing nylon, silk or wool. Add a tea spoon of dishwashing liquid to support level dyeing.
8. When water starts to boil, add dye and mix well.
9. Wet the item to be dyed and add to the dye liquor.
10. Stir slowly and continuously. The first ten minutes is the most critical. Stirring helps to provide the same color without leaving stains. 
11. The item can be kept within the dye liquor for ten minutes to an hour. Keep the fabric in the dye liquor for at least 30 minutes to ensure that the color is completely filled. Nylon inclines to dye much faster and much darker than other fibers, so less time is needed in the dye liquor.
12. When the desired color is achieved, remove it from the paint liquor. The fabric will look darker when wet and then will become lighter as it dries. Squeeze the extra dye.
13. Rinse in warm water and then cool the water slowly till the rinse water begins to clarify.
14. Wash with warm water and mild detergent, then rinse and dry
FİSKE(FLICK) FABRIC DYE STABILIZER MEDICINE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
It enhances the resistance of dyed fabric against washing, sweating and discoloration. It provides longer vividness and permanence for the color of the fabric.
Not just for dyed fabrics but also for new textile products, it enables them to remain vivid and colorful just like the first day for a long time.
USAGE
Mix the 30c degree warmed fresh water by adding flick and wet the dyed and rinsed fabric by putting it into the water. Keep the fabric in this water for 30 minutes and then hang up it without wringing out
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