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Rit Dye Powdered Fabric Dye, Color Remover, 2-Ounce

RIT-Powdered Fabric Dye. This package contains one box of dye or other fabric treatment. Enough for approximately 1 lb dry weight or 3 yards of medium weight fabric. Conforms to ASTM D4236. Made in USA. Product Features This package contains one box of dye Enough for approximately 1 lb dry weight or 3 yards of

RIT-Powdered Fabric Dye. This package contains one box of dye or other fabric treatment. Enough for approximately 1 lb dry weight or 3 yards of medium weight fabric. Conforms to ASTM D4236. Made in USA.

Product Features

  • This package contains one box of dye
  • Enough for approximately 1 lb dry weight or 3 yards of medium weight fabric
  • Conforms to ASTM D4236; Made in USA

Comments

Paula Burch says:

Useful Product Rit Color Remover contains a mixture of sodium hydrosulfite and sodium carbonate. It often works well to remove unwanted dye run stains, and it can also be used to make lovely designs in fiber art, as well. Be sure to buy enough packages, as you will need four boxes to run one extra-large washing machine load, three for a large load, or two for a medium-sized washing machine load. 

T.S. says:

I URGE YOU TO USE STOVE-TOP METHOD!! I use this every time I mess up my white clothes by mixing them in the washer with colors. The first couple of times I used this I was very disappointed because it barely removed the color. I tried it several times. Then my roommate suggested instead of using the washing machine method, to try the stove-top method and it works like a charm. This stuff has saved the lives of MANY of my clothes because I am spacey and keep throwing whites in the wrong wash. Most recently it even saved a very expensive custom-tailored white silk blouse that had turned green from washing with a green skirt. 

James Jordan says:

too expensive here I have used this product many, many times before to dye different fabrics. I always start with the color remover and although I have never tried the stove top method I hear it’s the best way. I have always used the washing machine method and it has never failed me. I just wanted to let you know that $7.00 for a 2oz box is way over priced and you can usually pick them up at a chain store for no more than $2.00 a box.

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