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Mint Green fabric dye
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- Use it on cotton, wool, silk, linen, viscose, bamboo and polyamide (Nylon)*
- Dye by hand or in the washing machine, you choose! And it's super easy either way
- 1 sachet (10 grams) is ideal to dye 250 grams of fabric, use less product if you're going for a lighter shade
- Use 1 bottle (225 ml) to dye up to 2 kilos of dry fabric, ideal for dyeing bulky items such as bed linen, curtains or couch covers.
- Works across a variety of surfaces like wood, genuine leather, tapestry and more
How does it work?
You'll receive an instruction manual at home with your order. See it here.
Click here to see our colours applied on wool (left) and cotton (right) fabric.
Frequently asked questions
Better to hand or machine dye?
Our products can be used both ways, however, whenever possible, we always suggest you opt for hand dyeing your garments. This will give you more control over the whole process, allowing you to add some more product along the way if necessary or let the fabric soak for more time.
Can I use Aybel's products to fix chlorine stains?
You can fix chlorine stained clothes by dissolving a pinch of fabric dye in 100 ml of water, add salt and vinegar if necessary, and apply the obtained solution on the spot with the help of a little brush or cotton swab.
Can I refresh a garment's colour with Aybel?
Absolutely! Dark colours such as black, dark blue and brown can easily fade over time due to frequent washing and sun exposure.
One sachet of fabric dye and a tablespoon of salt are usually enough to just refresh a full load of laundry, but for a more intense result you can always apply the general rule of 1 sachet every 250 grams of fabric.
You could never make a garment white using Aybel. If you're looking to do this, consider bleaching it completely with a specific product.
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