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How to Dye Jeans Black

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  • How to Dye Jeans Black


    How to Dye Jeans Black


    A comfortable pair of jeans is a terrible thing to waste. If you have a pair that has lost its luster, one of the best ways to renew denim is to change the color. You can dye light or dark wash denim to black using supermarket dye and boiling water.
    Part 1 of 3: Prepping the Jeans
    Remove the tags. If you like the brand tag on the jeans and don’t want it dyed as well, you should use a seam ripper to rip up the tag, remove it, and then sew it down later.
    Bleach the jeans if they are a color other than blue. Fill a bucket (or sink, bathtub, large pot or other container) with half bleach and half water and place it in a well-ventilated area. Use a less-concentrated bleach solution if the jeans are very light.
    Remember that the larger the ratio of bleach, the more dramatic the color change, and it could be destructive to your denim. Bleach in very high concentration can weaken fibers, leading to jeans that age quicker and may have a "distressed" look. (Of course, this could be a positive or a negative.
    Place the jeans inside the bleach mixture and stir for at least 5 minutes. Leave it for one to two hours. Stir them around every 20 minutes, and observe the bleach makes them lighter than lighter.
    The jeans do not need to be bleach perfectly white. In fact, it likely will not ever get perfectly white. It will more likely be a yellowish color. That is fine!
    Always use large rubber gloves when working with bleach or dye.
    Rinse the jeans thoroughly in cold water or put them through a rinse cycle (or two) in your washing machine. Be sure that the jeans are completely rinsed, with very little chlorine smell.
    To be continued…
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