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Dharma Trading Co. is happy to announce our own line of Acid Dyes for Silk, Wool and Nylon!

Textile dyeing of wool, package dyed cotton, polyester, nylon. Dyers & Bleacher,Tube Dyeing,Rayon,Wool,Silk, Nylon & Polyester Yarns and Blends,Coning

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We offer a large selection of womens and mens tie dye shirts for sale along with collared shirts that are attractive and high quality. Short sleeve, long sleeve, and plus size tie dye along with adult and youth sizes are available for your review.

We love to answer your questions! If you are unsure of how to use our dyes, you can call us at (303) 763-9730. Our Dyes require a “Fixer” to set the dye.

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Dyes are classified according to their solubility and chemical properties. Acid dyes are water-soluble anionic dyes that are applied to fibers such as silk, wool, nylon and modified acrylic fibers using neutral to acid dye baths.

Jacquard Dye-Na-Flow Fabric Paint is a free flowing, concentrated liquid color for use on any untreated fabric. Flows like a dye!

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Fix small bleach stains with Carpet Dye Pens. Easy to use; just heat and apply. No Mixing. No Mess. Each pen can cover about 100 (quarter size) spots.

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We have been servicing the local textile industry with dye supplies since 1935 and in fact were the first company in South africa to carry local stocks .Over the years we have suppplied all the major textile mills with dyes for cotton polyester and nylon as well as colours for the food industry and industrial chemical formulators .We supply in

creora® Color+ has unique property with excellent dye-ability and color fastness in blends with nylon, which is dyed with acid dye stuff. It can reduce grin-through on textile product, and make color of fabrics deeper and more vivid.

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The essential process of dyeing requires soaking the material containing the dye (the dyestuff) in water, adding the textile to be dyed to the resulting solution (the dyebath), and bringing the solution to a simmer for an extended period, often measured in days or even weeks, stirring occasionally until the color has evenly transferred to the

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