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Color Discharge and Recharge Part II

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Published on May 30, 2012

This video shows how Jacquard's Discharge Paste can be used to remove color from fabric and how Jacquard's Dye-Na-Flow can be used to re-color discharged areas without changing the feel ("hand") of the fabric. In this video, Dye-Na-Flow is contained by a resist. Dye-Na-Flow is a liquid paint that will spread when you apply it to fabric; a resist is something that creates a barrier across which the paint cannot spread. It is used to create lines and to create spaces to contain color. Jacquard makes several different kinds of resist (http://jacquardproducts.com/resists.html). The one used in this video is Colorless, Removable Water-Based Resist (http://jacquardproducts.com/colorless...). This resist washes out with water after the paint has been applied and set. It leaves the fabric soft.The Auto-Fade Pen is used to sketch on the design. The ink from the pen washes out after the first wash.

Dye-Na-Flow is a concentrated liquid paint that is beautiful on any untreated fabric - natural or synthetic. Dye-Na-Flow spreads on fabric until it is thoroughly absorbed and even. On silk or cotton, the paint does not alter the feel of the fabric. Dye-Na-Flow is incredibly versatile for many applications. Heat set Dye-Na-Flow with a dry iron or set with Jacquard Airfix (an alternate means of fixing more commonly used in production runs).


Techniques
spray on tie dye, watercolor airbrushing, salt technique, spritzing through stencils, sponge printing, sun printing and simplified batik or wax resist effects (including the serti technique)

On Jacquard's website: http://jacquardproducts.com/dye-na-fl...
Sun-Printing video: http://youtu.be/C8i5jYmTzvQ

Colorless Water-based Resist

A superior, clear water-based resist that washes out easily with warm water (even after steaming). It holds a crisp line without spreading and does not shrink or pucker when dry. Colorless Water-based Resist can be colored with any water-based dye and is screenable, odorless, alcohol-free and non-toxic.

Discharge Paste is for removing areas of color from dyed natural fabrics.

Click here for a short video showing how Discharge Paste can be applied: http://youtu.be/81zKbFtDmAI
On Jacquard's website:http://jacquardproducts.com/discharge...

Instructions
Apply to fabric using a brush, stamp or silkscreen. When paste is dry, iron with steam (on setting appropriate for fabric type). Wash with Synthrapol or mild detergent to return fabric to its natural softness.

Notes:
- When discharging dyes, the color removed does not always turn the fabric to white. A completely different color may result.
- Discharge paste works well with dyes on natural fabrics.
- There are occasional fiber reactive colors which are not susceptible to color removal. Test samples should be prepared prior to production runs.

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