When I was younger I remember my mum buying me a brand new white linen dress. I remember it being quite expensive and on the first wear I ended up getting it stained! There was no way the stain would wash out! I remember thinking that we would have to throw it out but Mum suggested we try and dye it instead. At first I thought she meant tie-dye and didn’t really fancy a tie-dye dress but in turned she meant dyeing it with Dylon. This was my first ever experience with Dylon and it worked incredibly well; it turned my white stained dress into a fantastic yellow dress. The colour was really vivid and bright.
When Dylon contacted me to see if I wanted to review their dyes I couldn’t wait to see if the product still worked the same.
The process of dyeing clothes is very simple & the Dylon Dye comes with really easy to follow instructions; always use gloves and a face mask for protection when using dye as it can be an irritant to the skin or for those with breathing conditions such as asthma. Always follow the instructions carefully and adhere to any warnings on the label.
I decided to dye a plain white T-shirt the same vivid yellow colour as my dress was. I put the T-shirt in the machine with the Dye and sat back excitedly waiting for the washing machine to finish its cycle.
The T-shirt came out exactly the colour I had hoped for. I think in this day and age we do need to be a more environmentally aware and I know I am certainly guilty of throwing away clothes when they are stained. In future I will certainly consider using a Dylon dye and reviving stained clothing rather than throwing it away.
Dylon Dye is also a great way to change the look of clothing. If you get a bit bored of an item you can just change the colour and make it look like something new entirely!
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Disclaimer: we were given Dylon Dye in exchange for this post, the view are nonetheless my own honest opinions.