Beetroot Powder (Size: 50g)

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Natural Beet Red R dye derived from Beetroot, Beta vulgaris var. rubra - the dyestuff obtained from the root of Beetroot is known as Betanin and is commonly used as a food colouring to enhance the colour and flavour of jams, sauces & tomato paste. Used as a dye it will give lovely rosey red or an earthy orange depending on the dye method.
 

BEETROOT POWDER – Orange Colour: Dyed at the boil with ½ Tsp of white vinegar 500mls water

BEETROOT POWDER – Red Colour : Dyed at the 70-80°C with ½ Tsp of white vinegar 500mls water - DO NOT BOIL

 Use alum mordant at 15% WOF for protein fibres. Use dye at 3% WOF for mid shades. Dye at a low simmer, cool on and rinse well. This dye will exhaust onto fibre. *** NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON CELLULOSE

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Beetroot Powder Dyeing Instructions [download]

Mordant instructions [download]

Natural Beet Red R dye derived from Beetroot, Beta vulgaris var. rubra - the dyestuff obtained from the root of Beetroot is known as Betanin and is commonly used as a food colouring to enhance the colour and flavour of jams, sauces & tomato paste. Used as a dye it will give lovely rosey red or an earthy orange depending on the dye method.
 

BEETROOT POWDER – Orange Colour: Dyed at the boil with ½ Tsp of white vinegar 500mls water

BEETROOT POWDER – Red Colour : Dyed at the 70-80°C with ½ Tsp of white vinegar 500mls water - DO NOT BOIL

 Use alum mordant at 15% WOF for protein fibres. Use dye at 3% WOF for mid shades. Dye at a low simmer, cool on and rinse well. This dye will exhaust onto fibre. *** NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON CELLULOSE

Beetroot Powder Dyeing Instructions [download]

Mordant instructions [download]


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