In line with the process of tie-dying, dip dyeing process is all about the involvement of fabric to submerge with the garments in a fully loaded bucket of dye material for making a different color altogether. Dip dye usually used when clothing manufacturer wishes to dye complete piece with a new color or get the effect of the stripe to the garment.
Dip Dye Pattern
The fundamental material required for fabric to dip dye is:
- Fabric Dyes
- Fabric to dye
- A huge bucket
- A plastic or wooden spoon for stirring
- Protective clothing
- A sink for rinsing
Expertise In Dip-dyeing
It is suggested to wear protective clothing like an apron for the dip dyeing process. It is so because a worker’s cloth is restricted to get stained during the dyeing process. Usage of rubber is highly recommended for protection. Mix up dye in the huge container like a bucket. Then dip the dye in a single color. Repeat the process in a separate bucket for multiple colors. Make sure that the fabric for chosen dye work fine with fabric’s fiber content, currently in the dying process.
Your dedicated representative will initially help you select the best fabric for your product.
Cut & Sewing
Once the fabric is selected, it is sent for Cut & Sew processes to make sure that the quality of the product is not compromised at all.
At this step, all the changes you need in terms of printing, add-ons and changes are done effectively.
Once your product is finalized, we make sure that every piece has your label before it is sent to the packaging department
The final product is ironed, folded with care and packed in the baggage of your choice to give it a premium look
Once the order is packed and ready, it is sent for shipment to your location with minimum shipping time.