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Tintex Fabric Spray Paint Packs (3x125ml and 6x125ml)

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Seller: dye.manufacturers.australia (2,331) 98.6%, Location: Kelvin Grove, QLD, Ships to: AU, Item: 181757732866 Tintex AUSTRALIAN OWNED AND OPERATED Support +07 3856 0031 Store Home About Tintex About Dyes & Dyeing Colours Blends/Charts Contact us PRODUCTS Tintex Fabric Spray Paint Packs - 125mls Australian Made and Owned Suitable for achieving tie-dye effects, airbrush backgrounds, stenciling, hand painting, hand/feet prints or stamping areas of colour on t-shirts, clothing, aprons, bags, bedding, or any other fabric. Simply spray onto clean dry fabric, dry in the sun and then use clothes dryer on hot for 10 minutes, or a warm iron to set Tintex Fabric Spray. Colour options: Fluoro (3 pack): fluoro yellow, fluoro blue, fluoro pink Primary (3 pack): primrose, royal navy, standard red Process (3 pack): process yellow, process cyan, process magenta Fluoro (6 pack): fluoro yellow, fluoro blue, fluoro magenta, fluoro green, fluoro orange, fluoro violet Rainbow (6 pack): aqua green, scarlet, primrose, brilliant blue, violet, orange About tintex colors & blending CONTACT US Dye Manufacturers of Australia began its history at the start of last century as a small chemical company preparing ointments and medicinal preparations. Colorants were used in the preparations and a progression into the manufacture of package dyes for use in clothing and foodstuff occurred. The company prospered and as medical science developed, diversified into the importation of medical ancillaries. Larger premises were purchased in Fortitude Valley to accommodate the increased activity. Eventually new medicines became available and the salves and unguents prepared by the company lost favour. The dye business however, grew. The demand for dyestuff increased as the community endured the restricted availability of clothing and material and the depression following the Great War. Recycling was a necessity and domestic dyeing was one way to dress up the scarce material resources available to the community. Every haberdasher, pharmacist and general merchant carried dyes as a stock item. As materials became more readily available by the end of the great depression, the demand for dye declined. However, there has been a recent resurgence in demand for Fabric Dyes and Craft Products which has led to the introduction of a host of exciting new products in the TINTEX range. About Colours and Blending. The TINTEX Range consists of 30 vibrant colours in the HIGH TEMP range and 29 colours in the LOW TEMP range, which never go out of fashion. Additional shades can always be produced, by blending two or more colours. The diagrams below indicates the general principles of colour blending. Red is a mixture of Violet and Orange. Green is a mixture of Yellow and Blue. Blue is a mixture of Green and Violet. Orange is a mixture of Red and Yellow. Grey is a mixture of Red and Green. Brown is a mixture of Blue and Orange. Therefore, if you dye Navy on top of Red, the Navy may show a Violet tint. From the above table you can see that Navy Blue is a mixture of Violet and Green. As the Violet tint evidently predominates in this particular case, balance the shades by adding a touch of Green. Similar principles apply to the blending of other shades. Colours illustrated are obtained on white. COLOUR Colour achieved will be affected by:- 1. Original colour of the fabric. When dyeing coloured fabrics, remember that a blend of the original colour of the fabric and the colour of the dye will result: e.g., Blue dye over yellow fabric will result in a green tone. Dyeing over patterned fabric will only change the base material colour. The pattern will still remain. 2. TINTEX FABRIC STRIPPER (Colour Remover) can be used to reduce the colour intensity of previously dyed garments and will remove most soil, perspiration and ink stains. TINTEX Fabric Stripper will not harm even the most delicate fabric which van be boiled in the wash. 3. Type of fabric. Within any fibre group there will be variations in dye absorption and therefore slight colour variations. Loosely spun fibre and loosely woven material such as towelling, will absorb more colour than finely woven materials. 4. Dry weight of Fabric – the colour on the lid corresponds approximately to the colour achieved when dyeing 500gr dry weight white cotton with HIGH TEMP dyes, or 250gr dry weight when dyeing with LOW TEMP dyes. NOTE dyeing a larger amount will give a lighter colour. 5. Strength of Dye Solution. Use sufficient water to cover the material and allow movement within the container. Using more water than necessary will dilute the solution to an extent that only light shades will result with reduced colour fastness. Store Home About Tintex About Dyes & Dyeing Colours Blends/Charts Contact Us Copyright © 2014 Tintex. All rights reserved. Payment Options Condition: New, Brand: Tintex

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