Dye Your Workout Clothes!

Are your workout clothes looking old and worn? Or perhaps you are looking for that perfect color? Make things interesting with our new easy-to-use fabric dye for synthetics, Rit DyeMore. Follow along to see how!

Step 1: Choose a Shade

We have 14 to choose from. Plus, you can mix our dyes to create over 250 additional colors with our color formulas!

Step 2: Heat Up Some Water

Since workout clothing is generally synthetic, you’ll need a pot to get your dyebath hot! Pour some water in and heat it up to an almost boil on your stove.

Step 3: Pour Dye in Pot

You’ll generally need a half bottle to get amazing color results.

Step 4: Dye Your Fabric

Depending on how bold of a color you are trying to achieve, this can take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes.

Step 5: Rinse and Enjoy!

We’re confident you’ll love (💚) your new one-of-a-kind gear.

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And Finally Something That Will Make You Feel Good

Through a study done by Hult International Business School, we discovered that saving four shirts you love with our non-toxic dye versus buying new ones reduces your CO2 emissions by 74%. CO2 is the primary gas responsible for trapping heat in the atmosphere and is the main contributor to climate change.

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