Finding RIT equivalent

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Finding RIT equivalent

Postby mejlholm » Wed Jul 28, 2010 1:34 am

I'd like to try out the whole dye thing, but I'm having some trouble getting started. I live in Sweden and have a hard time finding equivalents to the stuff you guys over there use.

I recall reading a post (cant fint it now...) stating that RIT dye is just a clothes powder dye, so I started looking for equivalents. I tried this one (found it in a local store) ... y_kh_img_a

but had no luck with it at all. My fingers took well to the color, but the disc (DGA pro plastic) didn't take any at all (even after I increased the color mix to insane proportions).

Anybody got any pointers on what to look for? Or should I just start looking for websites that deliver RIT powder to EU.
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Re: Finding RIT equivalent

Postby iloqutiss1 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 12:48 am

Just mail order the rit. I think it's your best bet.
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Re: Finding RIT equivalent

Postby jubuttib » Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:40 pm

There is a British store that sells RIT, I bought mine from there. I can't remember what it was called, but I'll try to find it at some point.

EDIT: Found it faster than I thought. It's about £3,5 per package. Search for rit dye powder.
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