Maristella De Giuseppe
Hello everyone thanks and welcome.
My name is Maristella De Giuseppe and I am a bioclimatic architect and textile artist. I paint handmade for Haute Couture and interior design. I am Italian and to date I have experimented with various techniques with European colors, I would like to experiment with the various Jacquard products, but I do not know where to buy them online in Italy or in Europe, buying them in America increases costs and it is not always possible to find them on AMAZON. Could you help me please? I read on your site that in Milan there is a dealer who speaks Italian, but his email address and telephone number are not indicated on the website in order to communicate.
Greetings from Bari Italy
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
https://www.jacquardproducts.com/wholesale

We have several distributors in Europe, but Italy only has some very small specific customers.  You might be better contacting Artland in Spain or Panenka in Germany.  I know that doesn't help with the language much.  Your English seems very good, and both of those can work with you in English I know.  

Let me check with the sales team and see if I am missing someone in Italy.  Which products are you most interested in?  That matters as not all distributors carry all products, in fact most don't.  
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Maristella De Giuseppe
Hi,
also possibly in Spain or Germany it will be fine, my english is for beginner,  I speak french in addition to italian. I mainly use silk as a fabric. I would like to test Procion MX with additives such as urea sodium carbonate. and the thickener Sodium Alginate SH and the products for marbling. Do you recommend the products for marbling and Procion mx also on silk or only on other natural fabrics? I use silk to paint scarves and remain soft. I also intend to purchase fabric softeners and washing detergent after painting silk and cotton.
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
I don't see a problem here.  Silk should be alummed lightly like 1-2 teaspoons per 4 liters.  

I sent you an email earlier.  

batching on silk with alginate is possible.  You want to use acid conditions.  So follow the MX instructions, but use the Acid dye conditions.  So, add vinegar or citric acid into your procion projects.  Avoid the sodium carbonate, it just destroys the sheen on silk.  
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