Masterpola DYLON Machine Dye Pod, Tropical Green, easy-to-use fabric colour for laundry, 350g:Masterpola
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DYLON Machine Dye Pod, Tropical Green, easy-to-use fabric colour for laundry, 350g:Masterpola

Dylon
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Dylon Published in October 18, 2018, 12:32 am
 DYLON Machine Dye Pod, Tropical Green, easy-to-use fabric colour for laundry, 350g:Masterpola

DYLON Machine Dye Pod, Tropical Green, easy-to-use fabric colour for laundry, 350g:Masterpola

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Ms. R. J. Weston
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Ms. R. J. Weston Reply to on 15 June 2018
Amazing stuff this is, however only works if you use it the right way, hence the mixed reviews.

so it goes like this...

if you order one theres a chance the washing wont dye as well, and go slightly blue ( i ordered the black) so order TWO, yes TWO, dont mess about, just simply buy 2 and use them both together. The first wash i tried went a very dark navy, and the second wash i did has worked and gone completely black after using 2.
it does say this on the instructions but you will need glasses, or a telescope to be able to read them as they're so small theyre near impossible to read !

So this is basically what you do - wash the clothes first and make sure theyre damp, only fill a 3rd of the washing machine.
Open tubs of colour and take off the top so u can see the powder, put in machine with clean damp clothes.
Set washing machine to COTTON cycle with no pre-wash. start wash using NO detergents.
Sit and watch machine through door as all water and clothes go black( or chosen colour) ... wonder if you have done the right thing.
Go and make tea as wash too long to watch all the way through.
When wash finishes inspect clothes.
Do the SAME cotton wash again using detergent.
When wash finished take clothes out to dry.
Do another wash in machine on its own afterwards to remove any lasting colour left in machine.

So yes, thats basically 4 washes altogether ... but i did manage to get a white towel with mud stains on it completely black afterwards, and cover bleach stains on jeans !

bingo !!

who knows, i may even choose the red next time !!
Tm
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Tm Reply to on 8 August 2018
Reading some of the more negative reviews, I thought this new approach of chucking in the dye within a container would be problematic. Not so! All in one product (no more kilos of salt to buy) & no more emptying out of the dye into the drum - nice and straightforward with less room for accidents. I've been using Dylon's range of dyes for a few years now and this latest format makes it even more simple than the previous all-in-one pouch.

To improve your chances of a consistent result, follow the instructions but be aware dirt or soap residues are the enemies to the dyeing process. So I ensure the wash before dyeing is a thorough one, with no fabric conditioner. You could try using distilled white vinegar as a conditioner replacement (useful when you've run out or for towels that you need to stay absorbent), because it helps by neutralising any remaining soap. Choose the highest spin setting your machine offers to get rid of all of those residues. Then, clean out the detergent/conditioner drawer and run another rinse cycle with just water, selecting the option for water plus if your machine has the function.
The aim is to make sure there's nothing but clean detergent free fabric.
Place the Dylon pod on top of the freshly washed well rinsed damp fabrics and follow the remaining instructions for the experience you've been dyeing to see.

4 wash cycles (cleaning, dyeing, after dye wash, machine clean-out wash) per batch of clothes is a bit energy intensive, so you might want to wait until you've got enough items to rejuvenate or for when it coincides with your scheduled machine maintenance wash and run a limescale treatement during the final clean-out wash killing two birds with one stone, to justify the 'leccy costs. But, it's better than looking scruffy or throwing out garments and your machine will most certainly be free of germs after the whole process.

Several cups of tea later... results were uniform colour throughout.

I chose the Navy Blue option (the product picture shot isn't that accurate in the colour shade - it appears online as a denim blue). Results were a nice and deep uniform blue to several items all done at the same time (3 pairs of partially faded navy trousers, 2 casual navy shirts that looked a little tatty and a light blue t-shirt). One dye pod was enough to refresh all the garments to look crisp and close to new again without looking artificially over coloured.

I was a little apprehensive worried I'd get blotchy results claimed by other reviewers, but following the instructions which state to run on a 40 degrees cotton cycle, the results were as good as Dylon's previous generation all-in-one pouch, minus no dyed fingers. Trust me, the dye powder can get everywhere if it's mishandled, the pod just makes it all nice and simples.
Amazon Customer
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Amazon Customer Reply to on 23 July 2018
After reading the reviews both positive and negative, I read the instructions at least 2 times before using these. Followed them to the letter and had no mishaps. These were purple, used pre-dye first and then black dye. Came out perfect. My washing machine was easy to clean, but I cleaned it right after the dye. Don't know if other people have tried to clean the dye once it's dried. I imagine that's not the best option. Seriously tho, read the labels of the clothes you're trying to dye, weight the clothes, follow the instructions and you should be okay.
Sue
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Sue Reply to on 6 June 2018
This product did not work. I bought eight packets to darken a faded removable sofa cover. The dye was spotty in places. Where I can understand perhaps the main cover was too big for the machine. The cushions were blotchy as well. The product is not expensive but 8 bottles were. I had researched this extensively and there was a picture of a sofa in their Instagram account so I thought I was safe enough. When i rang dylon they said it could be fire protector on the sofa.
Niamh
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Niamh Reply to on 10 July 2018
I have used the older Dylon machine dyes that came in a box many times but this newer pod was a disaster. I bought Sandy Beige and it left small green spots of pigmentation all over my white cotton cardigan and gave an ugly greenish tinge to the colour. I contacted Dylon, and after confirming how I had used it, care label of my garment, washing machine model etc, they couldn't explain what had happened and only offered a free treatment to remove the colour which they admitted was not usable with the care instructions for my garment. Very disappointed as I bought two pods together and cannot trust the second pod to also not destroy a garment.
laura
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laura Reply to on 12 January 2018
I love this colour (Rosewood Red) and the dye has worked brilliantly every time I've used it. I bought loads of these and never had any trouble. These pods are really easy to use too. I've only dyed cotton, so don't know how it would work on anything else.
makeda
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makeda Reply to on 9 April 2018
I only brought one of these and it did dye my clothes but not that well.It was my own fault as I didn't go by the instructions and put too much clothes in.So next time I will as I'm told!The only downside this item is that you are left with bits of residue from the dye in the machine even after I did a bleach wash and wiped the inside f the drum a few times.Only after 5 or 6 washes did it complete go.
Bloomsbury
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Bloomsbury Reply to on 13 September 2018
The colour is great. First and foremost it does what promises and restores clothes, if you follow the instructions and don't overload the amount of washing you put in. I use these every couple of months to restore my solid coloured clothes, especially good for black and navy which show fading quickly. One tub was perfect to restore two pairs of jeans and a pair of Toms shoes. My one criticism is it takes AGES!!! It takes four washing cycles to get this done. One washing cycle to wash the clothes. One to dye the clothes. A third to then wash the clothes again removing excess dye. Then a fourth empty cycle to clean the washing machine. Four full washing cycles which is an enormous waste of water! So yes, it does colour and restore clothes, and it does that really well. But be mindful of how much water this uses. Hence why only do it when absolutely needed.
Amazon Customer
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Amazon Customer Reply to on 26 August 2018
After reading reviews deliberated for ages then decided to go for it. Dyed my plain cream conservatory seat covers. The overall colour was great but maybe because of the fabric it's a bit patchy at the corners, it's also got what looks like blue dye running through it, looks like someone has sat down with dark jeans on and it's rubbed off. Not really sure what to do next, might look shabby chic or just bad.....
PB
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PB Reply to on 1 September 2018
Really easy to use! Opened & put in the machine ! No faffing with salts or anything like I used to have to use with the old style Dylon dye packs. I used it to revive some faded black jeans (4 pairs) & they came out super. As I was reviving & not dying the colour differently I probably could have squeezed some other stuff in too I think! I ran a wash afterwards with the jeans & with some other black stuff & then to be sure I did another black wash so any bits left helped the other clothes too! Had no issues from the jeans they are still looking great (& black !) after lots more washes. V pleased! Will buy again!
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