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Where to buy Rit Dye?

where can i buy rit dye for clothing i want to change my white skirt into a black skirt

you can buy it at rite-aid and you can either buy powder(you put it in boiling water) and/or the liquid kind.


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How to dye faded jeans

About two years ago I wrote a funny little DIY about dyeing your clothes . Well, that DIY seems to be very popular and I’ve had lots of questions about other varieties of dyeing. It seems to be pretty similar to the Rit dye I’ve used before , except Dylon only has instructions for using a pot/sink instead of a washing machine like I’ve used in the past....

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Yes, I was trained in traditional photographic processes by a highly technical school in Santa Barbara, California, Brooks Institute, in the 1970’s. I don’t know what it’s like now, but then it was the most technical school in the country, with Rochester Institute of Technology patterning their programs after it. I know, because I lectured at RIT a couple of times. This was not an art school. We were trained to process color negative and positive film, and black and white. How to retouch negatives with pencil, prints with brush. Dye transfers. How to expose film, when to over-expose and under-develop or the reverse, and why. Back in those days you just had a light meter. Later came polaroid backs for 120 and large format. But you had to know how to fly just on instruments so to speak, using only your light meter. Pre digital, photographers had to know what they were doing technically. I can’t say how many times people would say after a shoot, “hope it comes out all right!” I would have to say, of course it will. I had to know what I was doing. But if a photographer didn’t, you were liable for a very expensive shoot because you underexposed the entire thing, passed it undeveloped through the airport scanner, or whatever.

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  2. In San Francisco, unusual attire has been admired since before the first female impersonators took the stage at the dearly departed Finocchio's in 1930s North Beach, and before the hippies stirred their first packages of Rit into tie-dye stews on
  3. Becker recommends simple clamp lights or outdoor floodlights, which are available at any hardware store. » To maximize the UV light effect, dye cheesecloth (found at any craft/fabric store) with Rit white dye to create simple ghosts. To block the glow
  4. First off, get some Rit dye in grey, tan, or brown and “overdye” whatever garment you're using to make it look extra grungy – just toss it in the wash with the dye. Eyrich and her team also have Old English furniture polish on hand for rubbing into
  5. Primer Magazine shows us how easy the dye process is. The article suggests using Rit liquid dye; instead of blue, however, use black dye to get the color shown in the photo above. Mix the dye in very hot water in a bucket, soak your jeans for an hour
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