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Dyeing Process for Metal Complex Dyes on Wool and Leather

Time/Temperature Graph

At A set bath at 50° with

2 gl Sodium Acetate
pH5.0 with Acetic Acid
1% Neutrasol LEV.

At B add Duralan Dyes

Thoroughly rinse after dyeing to remove any loose colour. In full depths the use of fixative such as Azofix NF is recommended.

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