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Jacquard Procion MX Fiber Reactive Cold Water Dye

Jacquard Procion MX Fiber Reactive Cold Water Dye

Procion dyes are permanent, colorfast, and very washable. You can easily create a palette of brilliant colors ranging from light pastels to deep, vibrant hues. Perfect for natural plant fibers - cotton, linen, paper, reeds, and wood.

Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye 1.75 oz. Light Blue

Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye

Dylon Permanent Fabric Dye is a permanent dye that gives vibrant colors that won't run or wash out. Specially designed for hand dying in warm water straight from the tap. Fiber reactive and suitable for all natural fibers and polyester cotton blends. Not for 100% polyester, acrylic or nylon.

Jacquard iDye for Polyester/Nylon

Jacquard iDye and iDye Poly

iDye Poly is disperse dye that can be used to dye polyester, nylon, and acrylic. (Note that regular iDye is a direct dye that can be used only on natural fibers such as cotton; it can be mixed with iDye Poly to dye polyester blends.)

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Sources for Dyeing Supplies Around the World

Here is a list of sources for dyes and accessories for dyeing; you may prefer whichever is closest, for the sake of cheaper shipping. Different companies carry different subsets of the available dyes; for specific Procion MX type dyes, see my listing of which companies carry which pure dichlorotriazine dyes.

North AmericaSouth AmericaEuropeAustralia & New ZealandAfrica

Note that only four continents are included: I cannot find any dye suppliers in Asia, nor many in Africa, which are willing to sell small quantities (half a kilogram or less) of dye to individuals, though there are many dye companies in Asia that will happily sell you an immense barrel of each dye, and there are small shops in Africa that sell vat dyes. Please let me know if you learn of any good dye supplier for artists in Asia or Africa. Some of the suppliers listed below will ship overseas, if you have a credit card. (Suppliers: I must see a catalog or a web site in order to include you here.)

North America

South America


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