Super-Iride  dye Classic

Super Iride dye Classic

S102 BLU ELETTRICO
€3.27

Contents: 2 bags to 12.5 g
Dimensions: 10,7x18,8x2,4

With Dye Super-Iris Classic dye and get a professional result is cheaper and easier than ever, just read the instructions carefully and success is assured.
It can dye up to 350 grams of tissue for dark and an intensity up to 700 for a lighter intensity.

Available in different colors

Color
  • Beige
  • Black
  • Dark blue
  • Brown
  • Red
  • Dark green
  • Yellow
  • Blue

instructions:

 
IN THE WASHING MACHINE:

 

- Insert the head cleaner into the washing machine.

NOTE: to obtain a better result fill the washing machine only up to half the load capacity.

- Add a glass of salt in the porthole.

NOTE; for heads compounds from various fibers, where one of them is wool and / or silk and / or greater than 60% polyamide dyeing it must be performed by adding a glass of vinegar instead of salt.

- Start a long washing program without pre-wash, at 80 ° -90 ° C (more the temperature is high more the product will be effective).

- Dissolve the color in a glass of hot water.

- When the door will be filled with water, pour the dye into the detergent drawer and add hot water to completely get off the dye in the porthole.

- Once the program is finished, let dry shade the head in a horizontal position.

 

 

HAND

DYE FOR HEADS OF COTTON, LINEN, VISCOSE, RAYON ...

 

- Fill a bowl with enough water in quantity because the head remains immersed

- Heat to 80 ° - 90 ° C. Once the water has reached it said temperature extinguish the flame

- Pour the dye into the bowl and mix to dissolve.

- Insert a clean, damp head. Let him fully immersed for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.

- Next, add 1 tablespoon of salt per liter of water and stir slowly. Allow to cool slowly and during the first 20 minutes slowly stir occasionally.

- Rinse with plenty acua.

- Allow the head of the shade in a horizontal position.

 

HAND

DYEING SILK AND WOOL:

 

- Fill up to half the milk with which you make the tincture with water at temperatures of 50 ° - 60 ° C.

- Insert the head cleaner into the vessel.

- Heat in another container the same amount of water at a temperaturadi 80 ° 90 ° C and dissolve the dye.

- Pour the dye dissolved in the vessel where the head (never directly on the head). It 'important that the head remains totally immersed in water.

- Remove the head from above the stove and merscolare slowly for 20 minutes.

Below, add 1 tablespoon of vinegar per liter of water.

- Allow to cool slowly during the first 20 minutes slowly stir occasionally.

- Rinse with water.
- Allow the head of the shade in a horizontal position.

Where to use: Cotton, Linen, Wool, Silk, Yuta, Hemp, Grass, Viscose, Rayon, Polyamide and Lyocell. Also you can dye all natural materials such as wood, cork and rope.

Where not to use it: On garments made of 100% Polyester, Goretex, Acrylic, Acetate. The padded garments, waterproofed and those marked "dry clean only".

NOTE: The heads whose composition contains less than 50% of "fibers which can not be tints", can be colored, although the coloration will be less intense. In this case it is recommended to double the dose of dye. The delicate fabrics like wool and silk, can be treated without any risk even at high temperatures, as long as you use the hand-dyeing methods.


Notes: The dye for cheaper fabrics on the market!
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