What will Rit dye?

November 21 2017

Rit All-Purpose Dye can dye:

  • Washable Fabrics Containing Natural Fibers: Such as cotton, linen, wool, silk, ramie and modal
  • Washable Fabrics Containing Synthetic Fibers: Such as nylon, rayon and viscose
  • Washable Fabrics Containing Cotton Synthetic Blends: Such as polyester cotton blends that contain less than 35% polyester
  • Fabric Shoes: Such as cotton canvas sneakers and satin shoes made of silk
  • Unfinished Wood and Wicker: Such as furniture, picture frames, moldings, shutters, wicker baskets, straw, rattan and sisal squares
  • Natural Dried Plants and Pine Cones: Such as dried cornhusks, milkweed, goldenrod, thistle, foxtails and pine cones
  • Paper: Such as watercolor paper and newspaper for papercrafts and cardmaking
  • Miscellaneous Items: Such as unfinished clay, cement, cork, feathers, fabric lampshades, paraffin (powder dye only), cotton and nylon rope, sand and seashells
  • Food for Crafts: Such as dried beans, eggshells, seeds and macaroni

Rit DyeMore for Synthetics can dye:

  • Washable Fabrics Containing Synthetic Fibers: Such as polyester, acetate and acrylic
  • Washable Fabrics Containing Synthetic Blends: Such as polyester cotton blends that contain more than 35% polyester
  • Nylon-Based Plastics: Such as buttons, fasteners, golf balls, lacrosse sticks and 3D printing items
  • Miscellaneous Plastic Items: Such as legos or sunglasses
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