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Homestead Dry Dyes

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Homestead Dry Dyes, Black Item #: 90539
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$12.29

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Homestead Dry Dyes, Cardinal Red Item #: 90525
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Lemon Yellow Item #: 90527
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Medium Green Item #: 90529
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Turquoise Blue Item #: 90523
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Orange Item #: 90515
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Dark Mission Brown Item #: 90537
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Light Oak Item #: 21098
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Medium Reddish Brown Item #: 90531
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Burnt Sienna Item #: 90533
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Cherry Item #: 21056
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Antique Cherry Brown Item #: 21072
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Early American Maple Item #: 90535
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Black Item #: 90539
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Cardinal Red Item #: 90525
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Lemon Yellow Item #: 90527
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Medium Green Item #: 90529
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Turquoise Blue Item #: 90523
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Orange Item #: 90515
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Dark Mission Brown Item #: 90537
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Light Oak Item #: 21098
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Medium Reddish Brown Item #: 90531
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Burnt Sienna Item #: 90533
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$12.29
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Cherry Item #: 21056
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Antique Cherry Brown Item #: 21072
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Homestead Dry Dyes, Early American Maple Item #: 90535
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Overview

Homestead dry dyes come in a fine powder form and are used to make dye-based stain for wood. Once dissolved, they can also be added to water-based clear finishes as toners or used to modify the color of off-the-shelf waterborne stains. Dyes contain no fillers or extenders; one ounce of dry dye makes two quarts of stain. Dye stains are colorfast and can be applied with brush, cloth, or sprayed. Available in a variety of popular colors, which can be mixed to produce an endless array of hues.



Technical Details

  • Water soluble powered dyes
  • Contain no VOC's (volatile organic compounds)
  • Non-flammable, virtually oderless
  • Colors can be mixed

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I recently scroll sawed some wood...

Dale M from Fairbury, IL Posted March 30, 2013
I recently scroll sawed some wood lily flowers using the compound cut method. I used common pine, then dyed the flower petals bright yellow using the yellow dye. The wooden flowers turned out very nice with the yellow color.

I use as a thin wash...

Terrence N T from Orlando, FL Posted December 13, 2011
I use as a thin wash to let original grain and some color show through. Immediately after application, I wipe it off with a dry cotton cloth for the effect. I don't measure, but use only a tiny pinch of dye in about 4 to 8 oz denatured alcohol instead of water. A few more grains of dye in water and leaving it to soak into the wood will give a more intense color. However, the water raises the grain more than does alcohol, requiring more light sanding or steel wool work. To prevent too much absorption at end grain, I first lightly seal the end grain with very thin shellac mix. Can also be mixed with wood glue so squeeze out and slight gap filling is less visible. Love this product!

My chest has several knots and...

THOMAS K from Hastings, NE Posted April 10, 2011
My chest has several knots and holes in the red cedar wood so I filled them with filler and then applied the Burnt Sienna dye to the spots. The color matched perfectly and you cannot tell they were even there. This is a great product and I will recommend it.

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