Textile dye intensive
Dye textiles quickly, cleanly, and safely in the washing
machine. The innovative, liquid colour of the simplicol textile dye
intensive dissolves immediately: for an intense, even dyeing result
without blotches, even in modern water-saving machines. Before you
know it, you will be the proud owner of radiant, beautiful clothing.
For redyeing, refreshing, and recolouring clothing and home textiles.
Liquid textile dye intensive and fixative powder with salt for easy
application in the washing machine at 40°C.
Tested quality: strongcolours, gentle on your skin
These fabrics can be dyed
• Cotton, viscose, and linen textiles.
• Mixed fabrics made from the above-mentioned natural
fibres and a maximum of 50 per cent polyester, polyamide, and polyacrylic. The colour shade is less intense whenused on mixed fabrics.
Good to know
• One rewash is enough
This will remove any residual dye from the textile and
the washing machine.
• Safe for the washing machine
The dye does not damage washing machines or textiles.
• The colour holds: no staining, no bleeding
The textile dye intensive has a lasting effect. Coloured textiles
can be washed according to the care label (cold up to 95°).
• Complete package: everything included
The package contains liquid colour, fixative powder, and salt. There is no need to add extra salt.
150 ml liquid textile dye + 400 g fixative powder with salt
1 package dyes approx. 600 g of fabric to the full shade. A larger wash load will result in a lighter tone.
How to dye
1. Place the dry, clean fabric in the washing machine/top loader.
2. Unscrew the bottle cap. Cut open sachet along the marked line.
Place both directly on the textiles in the drum.
3. Start a 40°C easy-care programme without pre-wash.
4. Remove the sachet and bottle.
Rewash the dyed textiles once with detergent in the machine according to the care label.
The fabric must be clean and stain-free. Before dying, wash out any fabric softeners,
finishes, and agents used to disinfect the laundry.
Use a maximum of 2 textile dye intensive packages per dyeing process.
No more than 1,200 g of laundry can be dyed at once.
Pure synthetics such as polyester, polyamide, acrylic, wool, silk,
and textiles with special finishes are non-dyeable.
Patterns often remain visible after dyeing. Polyester seams and zips do not absorb the colour.
Stains, faded spots, or bleach marks are sometimes not completely concealed by the dye.
Find more information, tips, and ideas at www.simplicol.de