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Soda Ash


Essential for dyeing cotton or rayon with Procion MX dyes

Urea

Keeps dye moist longer on fabric for a good dye reaction in tie-dyeing and dye painting

Synthrapol

for washing out excess dye

Sodium alginate

dye thickener (optional)
alginate to thicken dye

Other Supplies

Plastic squeeze
bottles

to hold dyes

Disposable Gloves


Artificial sinew

for tie-dyeing

Rubber bands


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