Dylon is the industries best known fabric dye manufacturer, started in London in 1946, to help with post war Make Do & Mend, a sentiment we are very familiar with these days.
Use Dylon dyes to refresh the colour on your favorite clothes, or soft furnishings, or change the colour completely, which is better for the environment than throwing good clothes away. So go on Save the Planet - Re-Dye Don't Re-Buy!
The Dylon Hand dyes are for dying small items like underwear, a blouse, shorts, cushion covers, hand towels etc.
In a jug or glass bowl, dissolve the hand dye in 500ml of warm water. In a stainless steel sink or bowl add 6ltrs of warm water (40') - stir in 250g ordinary salt, add the dye and stir well. Place clean damp fabric in the water, making sure it's all submerged, stir for 15mins and then regularly for 45 mins. Rinse the fabric in cold water till the water runs clear (don't forget to put your rubber gloves back on!)
The leaflet inside the pack contains full instructions. Fabric dyes are suitable for natural fibres - cotton, washable silk, wool, linen, viscose & poly-cotton. They are not suitable for pure man made fabrics.
One tin of Dylon Dye will dye 250gms of dry weight fabric (about a of shorts or a blouse etc) the more fabric you add will lighten the shade dyed.