Jzisser Jzisser
Hey everybody,

I recently purchased a karate uniform which I need to dye red. Now I'm completely inexperienced when it comes to dye, and I read on iDye's product page that iDye and iDye Poly can be mixed for mixed fabrics, but it suggests using the stove top method. My top-load washing machine can provide warm water - could I just use that instead? I don't have a cooking pot I'd like to sacrifice for this, since I don't dye very often.

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[Deleted User] [Deleted User]
Hello there,

If you are trying to achieve a dark color you really are going to be better off using the stove top method. The[url="http://www.jacquardproducts.com/products/dyes/idye/"] iDye Poly[/url] works best at between 180 and 200 degrees Fahrenheit.
I've found all of my dye pots at local second hand stores. Old canning pots work very well.

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