Dyeing a Blue Dress Pink

I have this blue dress that I need to get pink, what is the best way to do this?

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December 29, 20180 found this helpful

You can dye an item of clothing a darker color. Hopefully you want to dye a light blue dress a dark or hot pink. Rit dye makes many colors. You can dye in the sink, a pot (you cannot use it to cook food after) or the washing machine. Instructions are on the package.

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December 30, 20180 found this helpful

This is a tough one and I would not recommend it as there are too many risks and variables with fabric types and dyes. The only time I have ever had total success with dye jobs working the way I wanted was to start with 100% white cotton items. Anything else, you usually end up with a splotchy mess. Sorry to be a Debbie Downer.

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December 30, 20180 found this helpful

You can check instructions on Rit Dye website: https://www.ritdye.com

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If you do proceed to dry blue dress, pink - I would recommend trying with an old clothing article first to see if it works out just encase as you wouldn't want to ruin the piece.

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January 1, 20190 found this helpful

Your first decision is to decide how you will feel if the dress is totally ruined and has to be discarded..
Dyeing a dress is not a very easy job and it is time consuming as well.

  • Check the material content and then go online and see if you can find a dye that might work on that type of material.
  • If it is made of several different materials then your chances of success just dropped to very low.
  • You may have to remove the blue with a Rit color remover (for that material) before you try the pink dye.
  • Even if everything seems to be a go - remember that sometimes the main material may turn out great but then you find out the thread that was used to make your dress was another material and is a lot darker than the garment.
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  • There are lots of pitfalls but it does occasionally turn out okay.
  • First decision: will I be okay if it does not work out like I want it to?
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