Jacquard Idye Poly: Black
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Damage from High Heat: Dyeing polyester usually requires high temperatures (often boiling) for the dye to penetrate the fabric properly. This intense heat could potentially damage delicate polyester items or cause shrinkage.Tulip fabric dyes are permanent and provide solid coverage. The dyes come in a variety of different colors. While they cannot be used on fabrics that are totally synthetic, the dyes can work well on polyester/cotton blends. The dye works best with hot water and salt.
Our goal is to help you find the best sewing resource for your requirements. We’ll do the legwork to ensure you get the most for your money, whether you’re shopping for high-end gear or the bare essentials. Polyester and poly blends can be hard to dye. Sometimes the dye will bleed or won’t hold fast. In that case, consider using a dye fixative, which can be used in conjunction with other dyes. This fixative helps prevent the dye from bleeding, and fading over time and can be used to enhance the color of the dye.For synthetic fibers, use iDye Poly, which is formulated specifically for polyester, nylon, poly/cotton blends, plastics, and more synthetic options. It can also be used for sublimation transfer techniques and to dye polyester threads used in commercially manufactured garments. Works well with hand-dying techniques, vibrant colors, can be used on natural fabrics and cotton/polyester blends