Woolmint’s selection of Jacquard Acid Dyes makes it super easy to give a yarn the look You would love the most and the different techniques give enough possibilities to experiment.
One bottle of Jacquard Acid Dye contains 14 grams of color, which is enough to dye 800-1000 grams of yarn, depending on the intensity of the color. These dyes can be used to dye yarns that contain animal fiber (sheep wool, alpaca wool, silk, cashmere etc.). One can also use yarn that contain a little bit of nylon (for example sock yarns with the fiber content of 75% wool and 25% nylon).
The colors are very vibrant and deep, which penetrate the fiber and the colors will not run nor fade after washing.
The Jacquard Acid Dyes dissolve in hot water and the only type of acid that is used during dyeing to make the color stick, is citric acid.