Indigo
Indigo Granules, synthethic

Indigo Granules, synthethic

Product No.:
indi_synt
2-4 business days 2-4 business days  (abroad may vary)
9,00 EUR

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This product is compatible with (for example):

Indigo Powder, natural
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Indigo (Indigofera tinctoria) for plantdying
This indigo powder is very clean and therefor it has a good dyepower and give deep color.
1a quality from El Salvador
Not suitable for consumption.
17,90 EUR
Sodium dithionite (Hydrosulfite) for Indigo dyes
NOT IN STOCK
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 (pickling lime)
Calcium hydroxide (slaked lime, caustic lime, pickling 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:

Calcium hydroxide (pickling lime)
Calcium hydroxide (slaked lime, caustic lime, pickling lime)
95-100% pure, food grade.
We use the calcium hydroxide for indigo dyeing.
Not suitable for consumption.
1,30 EUR
Sodium dithionite (Hydrosulfite) for Indigo dyes
NOT IN STOCK
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

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