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.
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....
2. Choose your method. I dye silk in a pot on my stove , but most articles of clothing will need to be dyed in your washing machine, because unless you’re a witch, you don’t own a cauldron big enough to give a pair of pants enough room to agitate. You can get away with stovetop dyeing if you’re just dyeing, say, one shirt at a time, and if you’re really afraid to dye in your washing machine (although I swear it will be okay if you do!), you can finagle yourself a workable set-up for larger items in a big Rubbermaid bin.
Follow the instructions on your package of dye to re-dye your black clothing.
3. Don’t over-dye garments of any other colors using the cheap stuff! I’ve had a small amount of luck with overdyeing using the cheap, amateur fabric dye–for instance, that black shirt in my photo above had light grey ribbing, which I like much better as the dark grey that it turned after dyeing, and I threw the jeans that I mended in my last article into the dregs of the dye bath after most of the black dye had discharged, just to add some color to them, and I like the chalky grey that they turned.High quality Craft Supplies: check 110.000+ offers at bargain prices!.