Overdye Your Faded Clothing!

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to get rid of your faded clothing. Instead, save your favorite items with Rit’s easy-to-use fabric dye. Follow along to learn how!

Step 1: Pick a Dye

If the fabric is a natural fabric (such as cotton, linen silk, ramie or wool), use Rit All-Purpose Dye.

If the fabric is contains more than 35% polyester, acrylic or acetate, use our new dye line for synthetics, Rit DyeMore.

Step 2: Choose a Shade

In addition to our legendary Black dye, we do have a wonderful selection of other dark shades like Charcoal Grey and Navy. In our DyeMore for Synthetics line, both our Graphite and Midnight Navy are great choices.

Step 3: Pick a Dye Method

You can dye in a sink, bucket or even with your washing machine!

Step 4: Dye Your Fabric

All it takes is 30 minutes and your favorite items will be new again!

Step 5: Rinse

Rinse that dye out and throw it in the wash.

Step 6: Enjoy!

Time to fall in love (🖤) again.

For Those Who Like Videos

Watch our step-by-step guide on how to overdye your jeans!

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Make it Last

Try out our Rit ColorStay Dye Fixative. It reduces bleeding, fading and even enhances the color of your clothing. Use after dyeing so your clothing stay as vibrant as you.

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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