Sardar Chemicals, a best dyes manufacturer, produces a complete range of Direct Dyes & there are certain products for which we are the only manufacturer in Pakistan. The AZO free dyes offered by Sardar Chemicals are suitable for dyeing cotton and viscose in the form of fabric, yarn, loose cotton. These dyes are available in complete range and are AZO free. Our range is provided in proper and durable packing to make sure that these reach our clients safely and can be stored to maintain their shelf life.
Sardar Chemicals’ AZO Free Direct Dyes services offer a reliable and sustainable solution for various dyeing applications. Their commitment to producing dyes that are free from harmful AZO compounds demonstrates their dedication to environmental responsibility and customer safety. By providing high-quality dyes that adhere to international standards, Sardar Chemicals ensures that their products meet the demands of industries such as textile, leather, and paper.
|Direcol Black BR 150%||Sardol Black G|
|Direcol Dark Brown 1182||Sardol Black SNF-1200|
|Direcol Navy Blue 2282||Sardol Brilliant Blue A|
|Direcol Orange RSN||Sardol Brilliant Red BA|
|Direcol Pink B||Sardol Flavine 5G|
|Direcol Rose FR||Sardol Golden Yellow R|
|Direcol Violet 3B||Sardol T Blue FBL|
|Direcol Violet 3R||Sardol Yellow BG|
Removing direct dye from a material can be challenging, as direct dyes are designed to resist fading and washing. However, there are some methods you can try to help remove direct dye. Remember that these methods’ success may vary depending on the type of material and the specific dye used. Here are a few approaches you can consider:
Color removers are available in the market specifically designed to strip color from fabrics. Follow the instructions on the product carefully and pre-treat the stained area before washing. These color removers work by breaking down the dye molecules, making it easier for them to be washed away.
The bleaching process can lighten or remove direct dye stains, but it can damage certain fabrics or surfaces. Do a spot test on a small, inconspicuous area of the material. Put a small amount of bleach in water and apply it to the stained area. To remove bleach residue, rinse thoroughly and launder immediately.
If the above methods are unsuccessful or you are dealing with a delicate or valuable item, it is recommended to seek professional help. Professional dry cleaners or color specialists have the expertise and specialized products to safely remove stubborn direct dye stains.
It is crucial to note that prevention is key when working with direct dyes. Take precautionary measures to avoid staining your clothes or surfaces by wearing protective gloves, covering work surfaces, and carefully following the dyeing instructions provided by the manufacturer.
Remember, the effectiveness of dye removal methods can vary depending on the specific dye, the material being treated, and other factors. Always test anyway on a small, inconspicuous area before proceeding with the entire stained area, and if you need more clarification, seek professional advice.