What paint/dyes can be set in a standard home dryer?
Are there other ways besides ironing the will set Dye-na-flow?
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All of our paints can be used with our AirFix product which allows for air or dryer curing. With the AirFix, if you have enough time to allow the pieces to air cure for at least 72 hours, it is not necessary to include heat in the process. If you want to speed up the process, use the AirFix with the paint, allow to dry 24 hours and toss in the dryer.
Here is a link to our AirFix;

hope this helps - let me know if you have additional questions.
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