Rit Powder Dye Purple 1.125 Ounces

  • Dyeing Fabric with RIT Dye
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For over a century Rit Dye's rainbow of colors have enhanced and revitalized fashions, home décor, crafts, and numerous DIY projects around the house. There isn't a smarter way to update your wardrobe with color, add new life to home decorating fabrics, wood, wicker and more. Rit dye powder utilizes the latest dye technology and ingredients to dye the broadest range of fabrics and materials. Works best on natural fibers, synthetics, polyester and acrylic blends.

Customer Reviews

Still works Great

33 people found this helpful.
 on May 11, 2013
By William S
I ‘ve used RIT DYE since I was a kid, for about a hundred years. It does work well and the colors hold if used as instructed (being a guy, I don’t remember if I have ever completely read the instructions, but it’s pretty simple minded). The color may not last as long as the original, but it’s feasible to repeat in a reasonable period. And it will dye anything within a 15 foot radius if not performed in a controlled procedure.

Rit dye works on carpet

6 people found this helpful.
 on January 14, 2015
By mary
I have been in my apt. for 11 yrs. and did not want to change the carpet because I am renting, the rug look nice still but I wanted a different color, It was the typical beige for apartments. I asked management do they replace carpets (which is new management now and they said they do not do carpets and I could replace it if I wanted to or just do hard wood floors.( I like carpet) so searching for a while it would be to exspensive for carpet and I came across a website where you can dye carpet with Rit dye, and it works. I mixed the dye in a spray bottle and dyed my carpet. looks brand new, and still have plenty of dye left.

Powder or Liquid all work great

8 people found this helpful.
 on June 2, 2014
By MaxPower
I used this color among other ‘camo’ colors to dye some German Snow Ponchos (surplus) so they wouldn’t all be white. The liquid and the powder both worked well. I didn’t notice a difference between them besides cost.

Love this dye

5 people found this helpful.
 on March 31, 2016
By All Things Heart and Home
Love the powder dye- used the teal and added just a little gray dye to give a beautiful color wash to some natural beads…worked like a charm.

Worked like a charm with even color

8 people found this helpful.
 on February 24, 2013
By Mister Roboto
The directions say to rinse the water till it runs clear. My fabric never ran clear even like 20 gallons of water later, 3 baby shampoo rinses later. I had to give up on that. The color is amazing, so vibrant. I dyed silk.

Did what it was supposed to do

4 people found this helpful.
 on March 22, 2016
By Russell Wilcox
Note that you should use two packets if you want a dark dark green. I stirred mine for an hour and this is what it looked like. Super even, which is great, but not my favorite color. If I dye it again, I’ll do it with two packets of green and one packet of blue.

It came out perfect.

3 people found this helpful.
 on March 22, 2017
By Stephanie
I dyed a vest for about 3 hours, checking it periodically. It came out perfect.

I followed all instructions and also added salt as recommended.

4 people found this helpful.
 on November 8, 2015
By Jasmina Matasovic
I used it to color my son’s pants that had several “stains” from bleach. I cannot believe it how well it covered the “”stains”. The original color was light brown. I dyed the pants in a frontloading machine.I followed all instructions and also added salt as recommended.

Does what it says.

2 people found this helpful.
 on July 29, 2016
By Zofrejo
Dyed a pair of jeans that were whiskered near the thighs (read: not a flattering look) and the outcome was perfect. The yellow stitching was unaffected and the jeans came out a lovely dark indigo.

It’s Really Rit Dye

 on February 10, 2017
By Josh
It’s Rit Dye. Follow the directions or go to their site for advanced tutorials. I did something different though because I didn’t want a purple shirt, I boiled the garment in the power then took it out after only 10 minutes (instead of 30) and cold water rinsed it thouroughly befire machine washing it. Got the exact burgundy color I wanted.

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