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Are there any Procion MX dyes that are not available to home dyers?

Known dichlorotriazine dyes for which I don't have any commercial source
for small quantities (one pound or less):

manufacturer's name     Colour Index name    notes
orange MX-4R reactive orange 14Asian Dyestuff
golden yellow MX-R reactive orange 44Kiri Dyes
scarlet MX-G reactive red 8 (17908) World Dye Variety (CAS R 25489-36-5)
red MX-2B reactive red 1 (18158)
red MX-6BDA
brown MX-BRA
reactive brown 40 (recently dropped by ProChem's source)
pink MX-B reactive red 74Asian Dyestuff
red MX-7B reactive red 219
violet MX-4R reactive violet 12Kiri Dyes
blue MX-GB reactive blue ?
blue MX-RB
navy MX-RB
reactive blue 82Town End Colors
navy MX-2RDA reactive blue 210
brown MX-RL reactive brown 25
grey MX-2G reactive black 18 (no known maker)

Now available

manufacturer's name    Colour Index name    example known manufacturer
magenta MX-B reactive violet 13(Now available at ProChem!! )

Questionable (are these really dichlorotriazines?)

manufacturer's name     Colour Index name    example known manufacturer
yellow MX-R reactive yellow 4 (13190)
yellow MX-3RE reactive yellow 145
yellow MX-6G yellow X-6G reactive yellow 1 Synthesia actually a bireactive double-dichlorotriazine structure, not an MX
orange MX-2G brilliant orange K-G reactive orange 2 actually an aminochlorotraizaine, not an MX
orange MX-5R Orange HE-2R reactive orange 94 actually aminochlorotriazine, probably bifunctional
violet MX-5R Reactive Violet KN-4R reactive violet 5 vinyl sulfone, not dichlorotriazine



There are probably others as well that I have not yet heard of.


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