How to Finish your Tie-Dye
Finish your tie dye!
- At home after 4 hours but before 24 you need to finish your shirt.
- Hold your shirt in the washing machine by the elastics then cut them letting the shirt drop into the washing machine.
- Normal wash with warm water. DO NOT USE LANDRY DETERGENT IT WILL RUIN YOUR SHIRT... WE NEED TO SET THE DYE FIRST.
- Take the liquid dish soap from your kitchen and put two normal size squirts about a tablespoon into the washer with the shirt
- If you have a 2nd rinse cycle put that on.
- Repeat steps 3-5 (wash it twice) adding dish soap again
- After you have washed it twice then you can dry it. It now can be washed with dark colors etc. when doing normal laundry.
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