Professional quality (textile) paint.
Color: 825 Brick
This high chroma, highly transparent water-based liquid paint is permanent on any porous or semi-porous surface, including natural and synthetic fabrics, leather and wood.
In many ways, this paint simulates a real dye:
Dye-Na-Flow spreads on fabric until it is thoroughly absorbed and evenly, like a dye soaking into the fibers instead of sitting on the surface like thicker paints and inks.
The colors are super vibrant and wash-fast and the fabric remains supple to the touch.
You can easily apply Dye-Na-Flow fabric paint to pre-washed fabric with a brush, spray bottle, sponge or airbrush.
You can then harden the textile paint using heat: let it dry and then iron the back for at least three minutes at the highest temperature suitable for the fabric.
Machine or hand wash in cold water.
Dye-Na-Flow, a uniquely versatile liquid acrylic, is used for a wide range of applications, from silk paints to wood stains.
Suitable for the following surfaces, among others:
Natural and synthetic fabrics, wood, paper, clay, canvas, suede, leather and more
Brushes and other tools are easy to clean with warm water.
Dye-Na-Flow is available in 30 different colors in 4 different volume units (66.54 ml, 0.24 L, 0.95 L and 3.79 L)
We currently only have the 66.54 ml packaging in our range.
painting, spray on tie dye, watercolor, airbrushing, salt technique, spritzing through stencils, spraying with Jacquard’s YouCAN, sponge printing, sun printing, batik, resist techniques including serti, woodstaining, marbling, urban art and more
The resist technique involves drawing lines on the fabric with Jacquard Water Based Resist or Jacquard Gutta Resist.
Dye-Na-Flow is applied within these lines. When painted on, the paint will flow and spread across the fabric until it reaches the resist lines.
The resist then serves as a boundary between colors, much like the lead in a stained glass window.
Allow the paint to dry and then iron the reverse side for at least three minutes at the highest temperature suitable for the fabric.
A beautiful starburst effect can be achieved by sprinkling salt over the fabric while the Dye-Na-Flow is still wet.
1. Paint, spray or sponge the Dye-Na-Flow onto the fabric in an all-over pattern.
2. Sprinkle the salt on the fabric. The salt should be applied immediately while the fabric is still very wet. The salt crystals will absorb the dye as the paint dries.
3. Leave the salt on the fabric until the paint dries. Brush the salt off the fabric.
4. Heat set: allow to dry and then iron the reverse side for at least three minutes at the highest temperature suitable for the fabric.