Notcreative Notcreative
I've bought some idye and idye poly (black) to dye 2 garments of the above composition. Is this likely to be effective, will I need to use both, and can I use the washing machine technique instead of stove top? Both garments are already black, but they have been very "loved" and are extremely faded. Help!
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[Deleted User] [Deleted User]
I refuse to believe you are 'notcreative'!

To your question: with the small amount of elastane you really don't need to use the [url="http://www.jacquardproducts.com/products/dyes/idye/"]iDye Poly[/url].
You can use the washing machine - I'd recommend the hottest water possible at the longest 'wash' cycle possible. If you have a machine that allows for extension of the 'wash' cycle it is a good idea to do so. And if you happen to have a top loader, adding a pot or two of water heated on your stove top is a good idea as well. Check out our recommendations for follow-up when using your washing machine [url="http://www.jacquardproducts.com/products/dyes/idye/instructions.php"]here[/url].
Having said all that, you will get the darkest results if you use the stove top method.

happy dyeing!
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