Liberon Set of 8 Concentrated Water Soluble Dyes
Liberon Set of 8 Concentrated Water Soluble Dyes
£34.70 (£28.92 Ex. VAT)

Liberon Set of 8 Concentrated Water Soluble Dyes

Code: 600145

  • Mixes with emulsion paints and water borne finishes
  • Can also be used as a wood dye by adding water
  • Set of 8 x 15 ml
£34.70 (£28.92 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Liberon Set of 8 Concentrated Water Soluble Dyes
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  • Chestnut Assorted Jenny Brushes Pack of 4
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Total: £63.34

In Detail

Set of 8 (15 ml each) soluble dyes'. Colours include; green, brown, yellow, red, blue, orange, black and white. Mix with emulsion paints, water borne finishes or ready made water based wood dyes to create your own shades. You can also use these in their own right as a wood dye simply by adding water (add 1 part dye to 9 parts water).

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Application Method Brush \ Rag or Cloth
Clean Up Water
Usage Interior
Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



5 March 2017

Stains not dyes

Going by the COSHH sheet, these are completely water soluble, making their description as a dye absolutely correct. Conversely, a stain is a suspension of a pigment in a liquid carrier and is therefore not soluble.
Having said that, I have not yet used them.

Marcus Sly

17 August 2012

Not Dyes

Theses are not dyes they are stains. You have been warned!

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