FABRIC PAINTING ΒΟΧ PERMANENT COLOR

DYING CLOTH RIMO
00000-00023
COLOR

FABRIC PAINTING RIMO 180 gr WITH MANY COLORS 

Clothes Paints (Indelible) »Washing Machine (Box)

- Cotton, linen and viscose clothes (fabrics) are dyed in the washing machine.

- In clothes that have up to 30% polyester, the shade becomes lighter, as the polyester is not dyed.

- Waterproof (eg waterproof or finished clothes and those that only need dry cleaning) are not painted.

- Dark shades do not become lighter, they just change shade.

- When the clothes are printed, the designs are not covered, but change shade (eg blue paint on a yellow fabric gives a green tint, red dye on a yellow fabric gives an orange hue).

- The clothes you will paint must be washed and clean of stains, because the stains are not covered by the paint.

- Each 180 gram paint pack is enough for 500 grams of clothes.

- Weigh the clothes you are going to paint. When the weight of the clothes exceeds 500 grams, increase the amount of paint.

- For each package of paint you need 1 kg of cooking salt.

INSTRUCTIONS

You must wear plastic gloves.

1) Empty the white powder and paint in the washing machine bucket (not in the detergent case) and shake the bucket to let all the paint fall into the holes.

2) Add cooking salt to the washing machine bucket (the ratio is 1 kg of salt for one or more color packages) covering the surface where the paint fell.

3) Place the clothes in the washing machine bucket (after they have been weighed), taking care not to be folded. Clothes must be wet. before entering the washing machine.

4) Start the washing machine at 55-60 C (complete program) without pre-washing and without detergent.

5) Once the washing machine has completed the program, add the detergent (Attention !! Get into the detergent jou case) and restart the completed pre-wash program at 80 '- 90c C.

6) After the program of the washing machine is finished, take out and dry the painted clothes in the shade and not in the sun.

This way, you achieve shiny and indelible paints.

If the clothes have been washed at a temperature lower than 90c C, allow the washing machine to work again empty at 90 C. by placing detergent and bleach in the washing machine case. to completely clean the paint.

00000-00023

Specific References

New Account Register

Already have an account?
Log in instead Or Reset password