Tie-Dye Chemicals

There are many materials associated with Tie-Dye. Some are essential, some are very helpful, and some just make the whole process more fun. Chemicals tend to be a part of the "helpful" and "essential" catagories but if you find yourself having fun with them, don't panic.

The required chemicals you simply can't or shouldn't use our Fiber Reactive Dye without are:

    Soda Ash Fixer (#FIX) - makes the dye permanent - don't leave home without it!
    Urea (#UREA) - helps dissolve the dye and keep moisture in to aid the chemical reaction.
    Synthrapol (#SYN) - best for washing out extra dye and keeping your white parts white!
Soda Ash Fixer
Get it for $1.69
Get it for $2.15
Synthrapol Detergent
The original, and the best!
Discounted as low as $4.15
Dharma Professional Textile Detergent
Highly recommended!
Discounted as low as $3.75
Kresto Kolor Ultra
Formally known as Reduran
Discounted as low as $7.39
Dharma's Dyehouse Color Remover
Discounted as low as $2.79
Calsolene Oil
Get it for $3.65
Get it for $6.95
Water Softener
Get it for $5.95
Dharma Dye Fixative
Increase wash-fastness, prevent bleeding!
Discounted as low as $1.65
Get it for $3.95
Sodium Alginate Thickener
Get it for $5.95

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You can combine cotton and rayon clothing & accessories to get the greatest discounts. Your discount is figured on the total number of cotton and rayon items we ship, not how many of each type, style or size. Mix and match them to get the best discount.

Example; adding 4 each of 3 different T-shirts in size Large should give you the 12+ price on all 12 shirts.

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