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TOPIC: Acid dye question
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Re:Acid dye question 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
Thank-you, I think the heat aspect answered my question. I had a feeling that the parts that were not even were on the bottom receiving the heat too hot and too fast.
I was using dye concentrates so they were already mixed to liquid form and I strain the dyes before adding to the dyebath.
Thanks so much for your help.
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Re:Acid dye question 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
Im re reading my comment and Im surprised you understood anything! ahahaha Wrote it in a rush.
Anyway, but yeah, the relation between temperature and the speed in which that temperature is achieved, does influence the result.
With natural dyed -Im not sure with acid dyed, 60C is a good temperature.
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