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DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO DYE A WHITE SHIRT BLUE ?? WITHOUT IT BLEEDING ?

SHOULD I SIMPLY SOAK THE WHITE SHIRT IN BLUE DYE – OR IS THERE A BETTER WAY

PLEASE HELP, AS THE WHITE SHIRT IS EXPENSIVE SO I DONT WANT TO RUIN IT!!

MERCI XX

posted about 9 years ago
PeachyPanda
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PeachyPanda

buy some blue fabric dye

posted about 9 years ago
 
tanyabell
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tanyabell

Your best bet is go to Jo Anne or your local craft store. They’ll know the best fabric dye to use for your shirt’s material.

posted about 9 years ago
 
bethMFB
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bethMFB

go to a craft store, or somewhere like walmart, and buy a box of RIT dye.
instructions are included on the inner box :)
you’ll need a bucket or tub, salt, gloves, and hot water as well.

posted about 9 years ago
 
SONIAP
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SONIAP

So it wont bleed ?? i’d hate it to bleed onto my jeans – :(

posted about 9 years ago
 
FrivolousDistinction
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FrivolousDis...

If you use a fixative (what fixative you’ll need depends on the dye…you may need to add one, like salt, or it may already be mixed into the dye) the dye will be colour-fast, i.e. it won’t bleed out of the shirt when you wash it.

For best results, the shirt should be a natural fibre (cotton, linen, silk etc). The more synthetic fibres there are in it (viscose, polyester etc) the harder it will be for the fabric to take the dye. 100% synthetic items are pretty much impossible to dye successfully at home, but natural fabrics are easy.

posted about 9 years ago
 
bigships
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bigships

RIT dye. you may have to add salt or detergent, but it’ll tell you on the directions.

posted about 9 years ago
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