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Jacquard Dye Na Flow Liquid Color Ounces Black

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About Jacquard Dye Na Flow Liquid Color Ounces Black

Highly transparent fluid acrylic paint. Intensely saturated colors. Permanent on any porous or semi-porous surface. Extremely versatile. 2.25 ounces of Black.

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Slow rising colour, good for airbrushing

Purchased to create a smooth transition on the train of a dress when airbrushing. That worked very well, the paint is already very liquid, so it can be spread well without additional airbrush steps. The effect of One Pass was very subtle so it took me a bit of time to get a noticeable effect, but I liked it as it was also very gentle. It's very easy to get even coverage over a large area. This makes the fabric rougher and stiffer, which can limit its use, but I think I'll still use it for projects where texture isn't that important.

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  • Easy to read control panel
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Crafted from a polyester/spandex blend

I was going to dye some of the stretchy polyester/spandex leggings but didn't want to heat set the Dye-na-Flow color for fear of damaging the spandex. So I pulled the leggings over a piece of plexiglass and added clips around the edges to hold the stretched spandex in place. Then, using a stiff bristled brush (similar to that used for stencilling), I sparingly dipped the fabric paint and spread it over the heavily stretched fabric. The stiff bristles allowed me to add color without soaking the fabric with too much color. In any case, after I was done painting, I left the fabric stretched over the plexiglass and then laid the plexiglass on the floor and leaned it against the wall to make the installation as vertical as possible. I then took my little space heater and placed it in front of the stretched spandex about 12 inches away. I didn't want to overheat the spandex and I figured the heater would be hot but softer than an iron for heat setting fabric dye. It worked like a charm. The

Light transparent color of the fabric, acts like a dye

This material mimics dye very well ---- it's very fluid and watery and spreads/absorbs very easily , so you don't have to worry about brush strokes when you're covering a large area. I misted the fabric with water mist before applying Dye-Na-Flow, thinking it would help with even coverage, but it actually made the process more difficult because the water caused the Dye-Na-Flow to flow. started soaking up in areas I didn't need to go leading to crazy wetness and Q-tip! I used it on a fabric covered bauble someone gave me. The brocade was beautiful, but I hated its disgusting olive and orange colors (shudder). I have no idea why I waited so long to change it, but I was willing to spend less than $5 and less than 2 hours of my time or it would be more trouble than it was worth. After researching different types of fabric dyes, I settled on Dye-Na-Flow because of the transparency that would show the pattern of the brocade better. I'm not an expert on color theory, so I just looked at this