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  • Traditional and natural dying method
  • Crystals dissolve in hot water
  • Can be mixed with water soluble dyes and palette dyes
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A traditional and natural method of producing various depths of brown and a firm favourite among furniture restorers. Made from walnut husks, the dye is prepared by dissolving the crystals in hot water - approximately 100g per litre. By altering the concentration, the depth of colour can be controlled. Concentrated water soluble dyes or palette dye can be added to change the colour.

Key Features

  • Traditional and natural dying method
  • Crystals dissolve in hot water
  • Can be mixed with water soluble dyes and palette dyes

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