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  • Burlesque Red Machine Dye
    viscose will dye to full shade Polyester cotton polyester viscose mixes will dye to lighter shade Wool silk polyester acrylic nylon fabric with special finishes e g dry clean only cannot be dyed 2 FABRIC AMOUNT One pack will dye up to 600g of fabric e g jeans bath towel double sheet to the full shade up to 1 2kg of fabric e g double duvet to lighter shade Multiple packs will dye larger amounts to full shade e g 2 packs for 1200g e g double duvet or 4 packs for 2kg e g curtains 3 ORIGINAL FABRIC COLOUR You can change one strong colour to another or dye it to a lighter shade by using DYLON Pre Dye which lightens before you dye ready for colour change Otherwise colour mixing rules apply e g blue dye on red fabric gives purple Patterned fabric will often still show through DIRECTIONS Weigh dry fabric to ensure you have sufficient dye Wash thoroughly even if new to remove stains or any dressings that can not be seen Wearing rubber gloves empty full contents of pack s into drum not the soap dispenser Add 500g salt covering dye powder only 500g is required for any amount of dye Put in damp unfolded fabric Run 40 C cotton cycle do not use pre wash economy or half load cycles When complete add detergent run 40 C cotton cycle again Remove fabric from machine add detergent run empty 40 C cycle to clean machine Dry fabric away from direct heat sunlight Our promise This dye won t damage your machine or affect subsequent washes HELPFUL HINTS Use in front loading automatic washing machines Do not use in launderette machines Don t dye more than half machine s maximum load to avoid crowding which will

    Original URL path: http://www.bluemill.co.uk/dylon-dye/burlesque-red-machine-dye.html (2016-04-30)
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  • China Blue Machine Dye
    to 1 2kg of fabric e g double duvet to lighter shade Multiple packs will dye larger amounts to full shade e g 2 packs for 1200g e g double duvet or 4 packs for 2kg e g curtains 3 ORIGINAL FABRIC COLOUR You can change one strong colour to another or dye it to a lighter shade by using DYLON Pre Dye which lightens before you dye ready for colour change Otherwise colour mixing rules apply e g blue dye on red fabric gives purple Patterned fabric will often still show through DIRECTIONS Weigh dry fabric to ensure you have sufficient dye Wash thoroughly even if new to remove stains or any dressings that can not be seen Wearing rubber gloves empty full contents of pack s into drum not the soap dispenser Add 500g salt covering dye powder only 500g is required for any amount of dye Put in damp unfolded fabric Run 40 C cotton cycle do not use pre wash economy or half load cycles When complete add detergent run 40 C cotton cycle again Remove fabric from machine add detergent run empty 40 C cycle to clean machine Dry fabric away from direct heat sunlight

    Original URL path: http://www.bluemill.co.uk/dylon-dye/china-blue-machine-dye.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Dark Brown Machine Dye
    1 FABRIC TYPE Cotton linen viscose will dye to full shade Polyester cotton polyester viscose mixes will dye to lighter shade Wool silk polyester acrylic nylon fabric with special finishes e g dry clean only cannot be dyed 2 FABRIC AMOUNT One pack will dye up to 600g of fabric e g jeans bath towel double sheet to the full shade up to 1 2kg of fabric e g double duvet to lighter shade Multiple packs will dye larger amounts to full shade e g 2 packs for 1200g e g double duvet or 4 packs for 2kg e g curtains 3 ORIGINAL FABRIC COLOUR You can change one strong colour to another or dye it to a lighter shade by using DYLON Pre Dye which lightens before you dye ready for colour change Otherwise colour mixing rules apply e g blue dye on red fabric gives purple Patterned fabric will often still show through DIRECTIONS Weigh dry fabric to ensure you have sufficient dye Wash thoroughly even if new to remove stains or any dressings that can not be seen Wearing rubber gloves empty full contents of pack s into drum not the soap dispenser Add 500g salt covering dye powder only 500g is required for any amount of dye Put in damp unfolded fabric Run 40 C cotton cycle do not use pre wash economy or half load cycles When complete add detergent run 40 C cotton cycle again Remove fabric from machine add detergent run empty 40 C cycle to clean machine Dry fabric away from direct heat sunlight Our promise This dye won t damage your machine or affect subsequent washes HELPFUL HINTS Use in front loading automatic washing machines Do not use in launderette machines Don t dye more than half machine s maximum load

    Original URL path: http://www.bluemill.co.uk/dylon-dye/dark-brown-machine-dye.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Dark Green Machine Dye
    the full shade up to 1 2kg of fabric e g double duvet to lighter shade Multiple packs will dye larger amounts to full shade e g 2 packs for 1200g e g double duvet or 4 packs for 2kg e g curtains 3 ORIGINAL FABRIC COLOUR You can change one strong colour to another or dye it to a lighter shade by using DYLON Pre Dye which lightens before you dye ready for colour change Otherwise colour mixing rules apply e g blue dye on red fabric gives purple Patterned fabric will often still show through DIRECTIONS Weigh dry fabric to ensure you have sufficient dye Wash thoroughly even if new to remove stains or any dressings that can not be seen Wearing rubber gloves empty full contents of pack s into drum not the soap dispenser Add 500g salt covering dye powder only 500g is required for any amount of dye Put in damp unfolded fabric Run 40 C cotton cycle do not use pre wash economy or half load cycles When complete add detergent run 40 C cotton cycle again Remove fabric from machine add detergent run empty 40 C cycle to clean machine Dry fabric away

    Original URL path: http://www.bluemill.co.uk/dylon-dye/dark-green-machine-dye.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Flamingo Pink Machine Dye
    Cotton linen viscose will dye to full shade Polyester cotton polyester viscose mixes will dye to lighter shade Wool silk polyester acrylic nylon fabric with special finishes e g dry clean only cannot be dyed 2 FABRIC AMOUNT One pack will dye up to 600g of fabric e g jeans bath towel double sheet to the full shade up to 1 2kg of fabric e g double duvet to lighter shade Multiple packs will dye larger amounts to full shade e g 2 packs for 1200g e g double duvet or 4 packs for 2kg e g curtains 3 ORIGINAL FABRIC COLOUR You can change one strong colour to another or dye it to a lighter shade by using DYLON Pre Dye which lightens before you dye ready for colour change Otherwise colour mixing rules apply e g blue dye on red fabric gives purple Patterned fabric will often still show through DIRECTIONS Weigh dry fabric to ensure you have sufficient dye Wash thoroughly even if new to remove stains or any dressings that can not be seen Wearing rubber gloves empty full contents of pack s into drum not the soap dispenser Add 500g salt covering dye powder only 500g is required for any amount of dye Put in damp unfolded fabric Run 40 C cotton cycle do not use pre wash economy or half load cycles When complete add detergent run 40 C cotton cycle again Remove fabric from machine add detergent run empty 40 C cycle to clean machine Dry fabric away from direct heat sunlight Our promise This dye won t damage your machine or affect subsequent washes HELPFUL HINTS Use in front loading automatic washing machines Do not use in launderette machines Don t dye more than half machine s maximum load to avoid crowding

    Original URL path: http://www.bluemill.co.uk/dylon-dye/flamingo-pink-machine-dye.html (2016-04-30)
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  • French Lavender Machine Dye
    full shade up to 1 2kg of fabric e g double duvet to lighter shade Multiple packs will dye larger amounts to full shade e g 2 packs for 1200g e g double duvet or 4 packs for 2kg e g curtains 3 ORIGINAL FABRIC COLOUR You can change one strong colour to another or dye it to a lighter shade by using DYLON Pre Dye which lightens before you dye ready for colour change Otherwise colour mixing rules apply e g blue dye on red fabric gives purple Patterned fabric will often still show through DIRECTIONS Weigh dry fabric to ensure you have sufficient dye Wash thoroughly even if new to remove stains or any dressings that can not be seen Wearing rubber gloves empty full contents of pack s into drum not the soap dispenser Add 500g salt covering dye powder only 500g is required for any amount of dye Put in damp unfolded fabric Run 40 C cotton cycle do not use pre wash economy or half load cycles When complete add detergent run 40 C cotton cycle again Remove fabric from machine add detergent run empty 40 C cycle to clean machine Dry fabric away from

    Original URL path: http://www.bluemill.co.uk/dylon-dye/french-lavender-machine-dye.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Goldfish Orange Machine Dye
    Instructions The shade you achieve will depend on 3 things 1 FABRIC TYPE Cotton linen viscose will dye to full shade Polyester cotton polyester viscose mixes will dye to lighter shade Wool silk polyester acrylic nylon fabric with special finishes e g dry clean only cannot be dyed 2 FABRIC AMOUNT One pack will dye up to 600g of fabric e g jeans bath towel double sheet to the full shade up to 1 2kg of fabric e g double duvet to lighter shade Multiple packs will dye larger amounts to full shade e g 2 packs for 1200g e g double duvet or 4 packs for 2kg e g curtains 3 ORIGINAL FABRIC COLOUR You can change one strong colour to another or dye it to a lighter shade by using DYLON Pre Dye which lightens before you dye ready for colour change Otherwise colour mixing rules apply e g blue dye on red fabric gives purple Patterned fabric will often still show through DIRECTIONS Weigh dry fabric to ensure you have sufficient dye Wash thoroughly even if new to remove stains or any dressings that can not be seen Wearing rubber gloves empty full contents of pack s into drum not the soap dispenser Add 500g salt covering dye powder only 500g is required for any amount of dye Put in damp unfolded fabric Run 40 C cotton cycle do not use pre wash economy or half load cycles When complete add detergent run 40 C cotton cycle again Remove fabric from machine add detergent run empty 40 C cycle to clean machine Dry fabric away from direct heat sunlight Our promise This dye won t damage your machine or affect subsequent washes HELPFUL HINTS Use in front loading automatic washing machines Do not use in launderette machines

    Original URL path: http://www.bluemill.co.uk/dylon-dye/goldfish-orange-machine-dye.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Intense Violet Machine Dye
    up to 1 2kg of fabric e g double duvet to lighter shade Multiple packs will dye larger amounts to full shade e g 2 packs for 1200g e g double duvet or 4 packs for 2kg e g curtains 3 ORIGINAL FABRIC COLOUR You can change one strong colour to another or dye it to a lighter shade by using DYLON Pre Dye which lightens before you dye ready for colour change Otherwise colour mixing rules apply e g blue dye on red fabric gives purple Patterned fabric will often still show through DIRECTIONS Weigh dry fabric to ensure you have sufficient dye Wash thoroughly even if new to remove stains or any dressings that can not be seen Wearing rubber gloves empty full contents of pack s into drum not the soap dispenser Add 500g salt covering dye powder only 500g is required for any amount of dye Put in damp unfolded fabric Run 40 C cotton cycle do not use pre wash economy or half load cycles When complete add detergent run 40 C cotton cycle again Remove fabric from machine add detergent run empty 40 C cycle to clean machine Dry fabric away from direct heat

    Original URL path: http://www.bluemill.co.uk/dylon-dye/intense-violet-machine-dye.html (2016-04-30)
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