Here’s how to tie dye at home for you and your dog
I used this tie dye kit that I bought online.
Kits are great because they come with a lot of the supplies you’ll need. The kit I got came with three dyes, three squeeze bottles, two pairs of gloves, an instruction booklet and plenty of rubber bands.
There are many kits sold online that have anywhere from one dye to 18 different dyes. If you’re having a tie dye party, go big! If not, getting fewer dyes, or even just using the bleach you may already have at home, will work.
My kit with three dye colors was enough to dye two adult t-shirts, two dog t-shirts and a pair of socks.
Is Tie Dye harmful to dogs?
It has been well documented and researched that these ingredients cause irreparable damage to a dog’s immune system. They also may cause allergic reactions, chemical burns, skin disease, and cancer. Never, under any circumstances, use human-grade dye products on your dog.A
Is tie-dye toxic? No, the dyes used in tie-dye are non-toxic. They are safe to use and even kids can use them and not have any negative effects. Just be sure not to inhale any dye powder and avoid exposing your skin to the dye purposefully.
What kind of dye is Tulip dye?
Tulip Permanent Dye contains fiber reactive dye, though the Tulip corporation does not reveal which type.
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This easy, one-step kit includes a rainbow of 15 non-toxic, highly-concentrated colors in handy squeeze bottles.