These products are pretty safe chemicals, but as always we encourage practicing proper use and safe working conditions.
Please note: When removing dye from fabric or paper, the resulting color may not always be white. Some dyes are more susceptible to color removal than others. Test samples are highly recommended prior to production use.
deColourant by Jacquard
deColourant by Jacquard (formerly Jacquard Discharge Paste) is a reformulated ready to use printing paste for removing areas of color from dyed natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, silk and wool. Unlike bleach, deColourant removes color without jeopardizing the integrity of the fiber. deColourant is activated by heat. If you do not like what you have done, just wash it out and start over! Use proper ventilation and a dual cartridge respirator when using this and other discharge agents. The most updated SDS is available below!
deColourant Mist Spray
deColourant Mist removes color from dyed natural fabrics and craft papers. Unlike bleach, deColourant Mist removes color without jeopardizing the integrity of the fiber. Create designs by misting through a stencil or around a fabric object. Once dry , iron on highest setting suited for the fabric type. For more color removal, iron with steam. Color will leave at this stage. After color removal, wash fabric with Synthrapol.
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