(Part 2) Best fabric decorating products according to redditors

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We found 104 Reddit comments discussing the best fabric decorating products. We ranked the 54 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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Fabric painting & dyeing tools
Fabric dyes
Fabric & textile paints
Fabric decorating kits
Fabric painting & dyeing fixatives

Top Reddit comments about Fabric Decorating:

u/lolyusaythat · 246 pointsr/Sneakers

this is some sort of dye that went viral on instagram a while back


quick google search yields https://www.amazon.com/Invisible-Blue-Reactive-Water-Dye/dp/B00KPF5A3M


it comes in multiple colors if you look hard enough

u/zuesk134 · 12 pointsr/blogsnark

this is the kit i used if anyone is interested! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07HMNTV54/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

i would just recommend buying plastic bags to keep them in over night

u/half2happy · 5 pointsr/knitting

I think it'll block out too.

I've used her Yellow Label once and don't remember it bleeding but I also didn't have a deep red.

On the other hand, I do have some experience with dye bleeding and recommend picking up a bottle of Synthrapol. To quote the person who told me about it:

>Its whole job is to remove excess unbonded dye from things. I’ve heard people say that Dawn does the trick too, but I can’t vouch for that.

You will have to use some type of wool wash or human hair conditioner to soften your knits up though, the Synthrapol will strip them of any lanolin/make them feel scratchier than before.

u/XLCannon19 · 3 pointsr/Repsneakers
u/blenheim45 · 3 pointsr/PipeTobacco

Staining is easy, go to a shoe repair place (or Amazon, Michaels, etc.) and get some Fiebings Dye. Lots of colors to chose from. Comes with an applicator. let dry, then wax. If you have a buffer you can use carnuba wax, if not then you will need something like Halcyon or Paragon which can be applied and buffed without a mechanical aid. [It says "leather dye" but it works equally well on wood.]

If they need sanding visit you local auto repair shop that sells supplies for body work and look for the highest grade sand papers, they will probably be wet/dry variety and try to get a range that goes up above 3000. You actually aren't sand off wood with these, each step up is reducing the scratches on the wood to make it as smooth as it can be. You will have later use yourself for these if you have to clean up your own stems as they discolor over time, so you are just getting it early in life. LOL

u/FidoSkeeterson · 2 pointsr/bleachshirts

Here is an Instructable I made awhile ago documenting the process I used. Jacquard Fabric Paint is what I used for color on this shirt.

u/popcorn_9 · 2 pointsr/infp

I generally use acrylic paint but I wanted to try the UV ones - I got these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CAXOUWO/ . The black light gave me a headache though. lol I might stick to regular acrylic paint

u/InvariableVariable · 2 pointsr/BudgetAudiophile

> Yeah.. Just regular good quality multistrand oxygen free copper is it - anything else is pretty much nonsense.. The right gauge for the right length and power is all that is required. Personally I like the banana plugs that have the screw in terminals - just clamps the copper in place then inserts.. gold plated cost like 2 bucks a piece. Like these https://www.amazon.com/HXDZFX-Speaker-Banana-Plugs-Corrosion-Resistant/dp/B06ZZPBBW7/ref=sr_1_40?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1510756879&sr=1-40&keywords=banana+plugs

u/Mr_Piddles · 2 pointsr/ArtistLounge

My grandmother always used this type of paint to paint shoes and hats.

u/yagotour · 1 pointr/tiedye

I don't know the difference between rit dye and the fiber dye.
Do you recommend use this for example?


Or the typical Tulip All in one kit it's ok? Thx :)

u/Pezasauris · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Synthrapol is also another option for fixing dyes. I use it for jeans and hand-dyed fabrics as well.

u/MalamuteHeart · 1 pointr/Goruck

I'm using a surplus MOLLE assault pack, and a water bag. Total of $55. This setup works just fine.


...ok, and a $5 bottle of Rit dark blue dye, because the ACU made me feel like a "tacti-cool" tool.

u/kv4268 · 1 pointr/CleaningTips

Lincoln Suede Cleaner is what I usually hear recommended for dirty suede. If you've got spots that won't come out with that, give rubbing alcohol on a cotton swab a try, then try Angelus spot remover. For color restoration I'd also go with Angelus, but use a paintbrush to carefully apply the color to just the suede. The wool dauber is going to be too difficult to control and you'll end up with dye on the fabric and soles.

u/Deja_thoris · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

I'd recommend an upholstery paint, which is designed to work on unknown fiber content, and will allow the suede nap to remain soft (unlike acrylic paint). Here' an example: https://www.amazon.com/Simply-Spray-Upholstery-Fabric-Caribbean/dp/B01MXOSELT/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1525288467&sr=8-2&keywords=upholstery+paint&dpID=418Vo4zQN9L&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=srch

u/distrustfulsurvivor · 1 pointr/answers

Permanent fabric marker pen - a light colored metallic one would be really nice https://www.amazon.com/Sargent-Art-97-0506-Metallic-Fabric/dp/B01DCKRN0Y

u/gweezer · 1 pointr/minipainting

That's neat! What size tip do you typically use?

I found this white sharpie paint pen

This is the sharpest glow-in-the-dark I could find.

I think you'd want to line with the white, then do the color on top. Most glow in the dark stuff like this won't leave a very bright color or glow, so having the white under it will likely be needed to get the brightest color. It could look cool doing a thicker line of the color than the white, like the glow was reflecting on the close by metals.

Just my thoughts, I've obviously never tried it before so I'm not too much help.

u/vwkitty · 1 pointr/tiedye

You could get a can or two of the Tulip ColorShot in Silver Shimmer and give each one a light coat over the gray dye.

u/stoic-lemon · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Nice to see another member in Japan. If you're going to dye keycaps, how about this idye? ジャカード織 iDye ファブリック染料 14 グラム-ライラック (https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00C1JVZCA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_wMCKxbVWTQY73)

Edit: Sorry, didn't check if black was available at a sensible price.

u/PartialNecessity · 0 pointsr/DIY



and either 3D print the ring or you could indeed engrave

Alternatively, you could 3D print the ring then use it to make a mold and use a DIY forge to create a legit gold or maybe aluminum version. this could potentially be easier than trying to engrave and would allow for mass production.