How to paint the fabric?
Even a very careful attitude to things sometimes is notcan save tissue from discoloration. Influence of the sun and regular machine washing sooner or later will make the fabric pale and dull. How to dye the fabric, so that it again gets a bright and rich color? You can do it in a special clothing workshop, but you can also do this procedure at home, knowing all the rules and taking into account the recommendations. To return the fabric of the original color, you can use two types of dyes - artificial shop or natural. The advantages and disadvantages of what you can paint the fabric, we will tell below.
Painting with chemical dye
Such a dye can be purchased in manySupermarkets in the department of chemistry, as well as in cloth stores. Before you buy a dye, find out what kind of fabric you will be painting, it's very important. You can find out the type of fabric on the label, although the dyes can be universal, coloring any matter.
If you have a need to paint a new onething, then it is better to wash it first with the use of powdered products. This will remove a layer of different antistatic agents from the surface of the fabric. If the thing has already been worn, then it is necessary to get rid of all stains, since after staining these places will differ in color. Silk and woolen cloths before painting should be kept for about an hour in a weak solution of ammonia. Sometimes, to get a more saturated and deep color, it is better to hold the color in the bleach before painting.
All metal elements, buttons, beadswill have to be deleted. Otherwise, in the area around them, most likely, unpainted areas are formed or the decor elements themselves will be painted in the appropriate color, which will look messy.
On the packaging of any dye, as a rule,contains instructions for use and recommendations for use. Carefully study them. Before you dye the fabric at home, it will need to be weighed. On the dye pack indicate the weight of the given amount of powder.
Best before painting the whole thing after alltest the paint on a flap of similar tissue. If all goes well, fearlessly and a thing to paint. Staining of the fabric usually occurs in warm or hot water. The proportions in which the dye in water must be dissolved are specified in the instructions. After dyeing, you can not wring out the fabric by twisting it, it is better to try to roll it up and squeeze it with pressure. After staining, the fabric is thoroughly rinsed and dried either on the shoulders or in the unfolded state.
Staining with natural dyes
Connoisseurs of all natural will likepainting of fabrics with natural dyes. This kind of painting has one more plus - it does not require any money costs. For this purpose, the following products are suitable: onions, beets, blueberries, blackberries, lemons, oranges, spinach, red cabbage.
The color will depend on how many products youwill use, how much time will hold and, of course, the fabric of what quality you will color. Therefore, it is very important to test before painting the main thing.
To paint the fabric in black with a deepblue or purple tint, it is necessary to use a large number of blueberries. Pink and red shades give beets. Copper and mustard colors give onion husks. Yellow color is given by oranges and lemons. And the spinach will color the clothes in a soft green color.
Ingredients should be grinded, put in a saucepan and poured with water. Bring the liquid to a boil and let it sit for several hours, then strain through gauze.
Fabric must be prepared for painting, soakingher in a saline or vinegar solution. After this, rinse clothes in clean water. Now you can paint. Lower the cloth into the water and keep in mind that the longer it stays there, the more intense the color will be. After rinsing and drying the color will fade a little, remember this.