#39 Marigold- (Read special information in dye section)

#39 Marigold- (Read special information in dye section)
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5.0 average, based on 2 reviews


Product Information

Just think of the golden yellow of the marigold flowers in your garden. This is a true golden yellow. Special Note: The dye will darken when vinegar is added. If dark sediment should settle to the bottom of the dye do not panic, this is settled color caused by adding Vinegar. Just run the dye through a coffee filter to remove the color sediment.  This is another option by not adding vinegar you will not get the black deposit, you will also get a pale version of the dye. If you want the strong golden yellow please add the vinegar, and avoid the black on the bottom of the dye container.

Product CodeC39

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

Brilliant Merry and Gold

This is exactly the color of a marigold, bright and rich at the same time or like a delicious tumeric flavord daal. I love seeing the chemistry in action and it perks up with a little more vinegar too. (Apr 06 2017, 17:26 pm)

Warm Golden Color

This is a beautiful color, despite what it looks like in the container. It gets weirdly dark as soon as I add the vinegar. After a day or two the dark drops to the bottom of the container. Strain it, as the direction suggest. And if you get a smudge of the dark stuff on your beautiful golden egg, just use a medium soft paintbrush dipped in the dye to gently 'scrub' it off and you'll still have beautiful even coverage. (Jan 30 2017, 00:00 am)
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