Our excellent madder extract comes from the roots of Rubia Tinctorium, one of the oldest known dye stuffs in the world. It is grown, harvested and processed in Europe, so fair trade is guaranteed. Our madder is a renewable source and has a positive CO2-footprint, producing more CO2 than it uses to make the dye.

 

This proffessional grade powdered maddder root will give deep, perfect reds on wool and silk when used at 10-20%WOF.  Exhaust baths and different mordants produce turkey reds, mulberry, orange-red, terra cotta, and in combination with other dyes and dyeing procedures can yield crimson, purple, and near black with indigo.

 

Use left over madder dye baths to feed your organic indigo vat.

 

Mordanting is advised as follows;

Protein - 20%WOF Potassium Aluminium 

Cellulose - 20%WOF Aluminium Acetate.

 

It is recommended to have a look at the different dye instruction modules available here.

 

Active dye components; Alizarin and purpurin.

Securely packed in a re-sealable zip bag for easy use and storage

 

 

Madder Extract (Extra Strong)

32.00$Price
  • Storage

    Keep in a tightly closed container, stored in a cool, dry, ventilated area. Protect against physical damage. Maintain a constant temperature not to exceed 24° C. (75° F.).  Containers of this material may be hazardous when empty since they retain product residues (dust, solids); observe all warnings and precautions listed for the product.

     

    Heath and Safety

    Do not ingest. Do not breathe dust. Wear protective gloves, safety goggles and a dust mask when handling fine dye powders and mordants.

    Possibly harmful when swallowed or inhaled

     

    Environmental Hazards

    Natural dye powders are no known environmental concern. Mordants and mordanted dye baths should be disposed in a sensible way according to your local waste disposal laws.

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Suzanne Dekel

Emek Ayalon 14

Shoham

Israel

+972525410033

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