|These concentrated, powdered, hot water dyes are the best dyes
available for silk, wool, cashmere, alpaca, feathers, and nylon.
Extremely brilliant and colorfast, these dyes are very easy to use
and produce a uniform dye job.
A half ounce bottle will color up to two pounds of fiber depending
on the depth of shade.
|Acid dyes are used to color silk, wool, feathers, other protein fibers and nylons, and nothing does it better! Extremely brilliant and
colorfast, Jacquard Acid Dyes are highly concentrated, powdered hot water dyes that produce level, uniform color during immersion
dyeing. They exhaust well and won’t bleed or fade with washing. Of all the colorants in the world, acid dyes are known to produce
the most luscious colors of all, and Jacquard’s palette is unsurpassed for quality, intensity and consistency.
|600 Ecru 610 Burgundy 620 Hot Fuchsia 630 Spruce
|601 Yellow Sun 611 Vermillion 621 Sky Blue 631 Teal
|602 Bright Yellow 612 Lilac 622 Sapphire Blue 632 Chestnut
|603 Golden Yellow 613 Purple 623 Brilliant Blue 633 Aztec Gold
|604 Burnt Orange 614 Violet 624 Turquoise 634 Olive
|605 Pumpkin Orange 615 Periwinkle 628 Royal Blue 635 Brown
|606 Deep Orange 616 Russet 626 Navy Blue 636 Gold Ochre
|607 Salmon 617 Cherry Red 627 Kelly Green 637 Gun Metal
|608 Pink 618 Fire Red 628 Chartreuse 638 Silver Grey
|609 Scarlet 619 Crimson 629 Emerald 639 Jet Black
|In addition to yarn, fiber and fabric dyeing, Jacquard Acid Dyes may
also be used for direct painting or printing applications, using steam
Don’t be alarmed by the name—the only acid involved is the white
vinegar or citric acid that you add to the dye bath.
|This color chart represents as close to the colors as possible.
Results will vary depending how strong a solution is made and how long a piece is left in the dye bath.
Always do a color test before doing the entire piece.
|For Viscose, Silk and Tibetan wool
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