Wash the garment before starting.
If dry, wet the garment and squeeze out excess water.
Drip dye here and there on the fabric.
Squeeze the garment so the dye spreads to the un-dripped spots. Try mixing different colours.
Rinse the garment if you prefer softer shades of colour. Allow to dry fully.
Fix the dye in the oven at 150 °C for 5 minutes.
This liquid fabric dye has a great watercolour quality, making it perfect for recolouring clothes using tie-dye. This dye is suitable for use on white and pale-coloured cotton garments. For a stubborn stain on a pair of shorts or top, don't discard them, but upcycle and transform them using tie-dye for a stunning kaleidoscope of colours! Wear gloves and protect your work surface and clothes before starting. Tie-dyed clothes are washable at 40 °C. Wash separately the first few times.