Vinegar does not necessarily set tie dye colors, but it does help them to stay especially vibrant, particularly on certain fabrics. Adding 1 cup of white vinegar to a dye lot containing nylon, wool or silk makes the colo... More »

To set tie-dye, soak the article of clothing in water mixed with 1 cup of vinegar and some salt. To stop colors from running, use 1 cup of vinegar in the washing machine. More »

Tie dying a shirt with food coloring is similar to tie dying a shirt using any other dye. Use a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water to soak the shirt until saturated. Wring the shirt, and tie it with rubber b... More »

In some cases, it is recommended that individuals who are undertaking a fabric dyeing project use a substance such as salt or vinegar to set the dye, although the exact amount of vinegar to be used and the specific metho... More »

Dyeing eggs with vinegar makes the colors more vibrant. The color will be brighter and deeper than those dyeing solutions that only incorporate water and food color. More »

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Vinegar has multiple roles in the laundry room, including softening fabrics, removing wrinkles, killing odors, removing stains and keeping fabric colors bright. It can also be used to remove unwanted soap residue from th... More »

When dyeing clothes, always wear gloves, wash new fabrics before dyeing, and test first if trying to match a certain color. Additionally, always use the right amount of dye for the fabric. More »

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