Make sure what it is nice and wet, so the dye will wick in better, though it starts taking colour SUPER fast! If you don’t have a cooking thermometer, then know that you don’t want it to get to a “roiling boil.” Keep your pot simmering, but don’t let it get more feisty than that.This page has a good visual reference to the difference between boiling and simmering. The proportions are about 1/4 cup vinegar to one pound of fabric.I’ve shown you the basics of dyeing socks and how easy it is. What’s wonderful about dyeing socks and tights is that when you can’t find the exact colour you want for something, you can make it! The dye won’t make any difference to the black stripes, so I’m free to choose what colours I want.If you want to use your microwave, just dissolve your Kool-Aid into water in a microwave-safe container.Pop what you’re dyeing in and microwave for two minutes.Let it cool for a few minutes then microwave for another two minutes. Just like with the stove top, you’ll know you’re done when the water is clear. Acid dyeing nylon Using acid dye is a little trickier than using RIT or Kool-Aid.The dye I’m using came from Dharma Trading Company, a great resource for dyeing.
Think non-reactive stuff like wood, stainless steel and plastic • • Vinegar • Fill a stainless steel pot with enough water to properly cover whatever you’re dying, then turn on the stove top and add your dye.
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I found that the amount I added was more than enough and I probably could have gone with less.
Now, with everything properly stirred, add the thing that you are dyeing!Now, there is a fiber-specific way you can dye nylon, and there’s even an option at your grocery store!