- Color Remover can remove dyes and stains as well as whiten any natural fabric, rayon and some nylons.
- It does NOT work on polyester.
- Color Remover requires high heat, which may be problematic for wool.
- It is not bleach.
- It can also be used for discharge techniques.
Please Note: When removing dyes, the fabric color does not always come out white. A completely different color may result. Always test first. Utensils and pot used for color remover should not be used for food.
|2 oz/56.70 g
|1 lb/0.45 kg
In an enamel or stainless steel pot dissolve Color Remover in enough hot water to cover fabric. Use 3-5% by dry weight of fabric. Heat to 185ºF, add fabric and continue heating. Color Remover works best at a rolling boil. Keep fabric moving for 10 to 20 minutes or until color has left as desired. Wash with mild detergent in cool water. Note: When removing color from fabric, remember all dyes behave differently. Results may vary. Always test first.
CAUTION! Harmful if swallowed. Give water or milk if swallowed, and call a physician. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. Do not expose to excessive heat.