Indigo
Indigo Powder, natural

Indigo Powder, natural

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indigo
2-4 business days 2-4 business days  (abroad may vary)
17,90 EUR

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This product is compatible with (for example):

Sodium dithionite (Hydrosulfite) for Indigo dyes
Sodium dithionite, known as Hydrosulfite, (Na2S2O4) is used to reduce the oxygen in the vat.
Indigo is a well known vat dye.
You also can resuscitate your dye if there is still enough indigo in the pott.
Not suitable for consumption.
1,95 EUR
Calcium hydroxide (slaked lime)
Calcium hydroxide (slaked lime, caustic lime)
95-100% pure, food grade.
We use the calcium hydroxide for indigo dyeing.
Not suitable for consumption.
1,30 EUR

This product is similar to:

Sodium dithionite (Hydrosulfite) for Indigo dyes
Sodium dithionite, known as Hydrosulfite, (Na2S2O4) is used to reduce the oxygen in the vat.
Indigo is a well known vat dye.
You also can resuscitate your dye if there is still enough indigo in the pott.
Not suitable for consumption.
1,95 EUR
Indigo Granules, synthethic
Fine, synthetic indigo granules for dyeing.
In application just like natural indigo.
The colour is strong and a slightly different blue than natural indigo.
Not suitable for consumption.
 
5,00 EUR
Reseda (Weld), chopped
Reseda luteola ((Reseda luteola, Dyers Weld) is one of the very less plants for a light- and washproofed yellow.
It gives a very shiny, almost neon, yellow.
For all other shades of yellow you can mix it with a bit of madder, coppersulfur etc.
Reseda do like hard water, give a bit of chalk into the dye.
Not suitable for consumption.
 
2,80 EUR
Calcium hydroxide (slaked lime)
Calcium hydroxide (slaked lime, caustic lime)
95-100% pure, food grade.
We use the calcium hydroxide for indigo dyeing.
Not suitable for consumption.
1,30 EUR

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