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All-Purpose Liquid Dye, Lemon Yellow


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Last updated on April 17, 2024 2:21 am Details
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  • Rit Dye Liquid Fabric Dye, 8-ounce, Lemon Yellow
  • Made in USA
  • Deliver vibrant color to almost any type of fabric or fabric blend, including cotton, linen, silk, wool, rayon, ramie or nylon. This dye can even color wood, wicker, paper and cork
  • Perfect for rejuvenating faded clothing, changing the color of apparel, shoes or accessories, coordinating home décor, hiding laundry accidents and so much more
  • Get creative and create something unique with an easy dye technique, like an ombré, dip dyed, marbled, shibori or tie-dye pattern
  • With 1,000+ color recipes available on Rit’s website, it is almost certain you’ll find the right color for your needs
  • If dyeing fabric with 35% or more polyester, acrylic or acetate, use Rit DyeMore Synthetic Fiber Dye instead

Specification: All-Purpose Liquid Dye, Lemon Yellow

Product Dimensions

14.22 x 6.35 x 5.08 inches

Item Weight

10.9 ounces


Nakoma Products LLC

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Fabric Type

Rit Dye Liquid Fabric Dye, 8-ounce, Lemon Yellow

Finish Types


Assembly Required


Number of Pieces


Batteries Required


Import Designation

Made in USA

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13 reviews for All-Purpose Liquid Dye, Lemon Yellow

4.6 out of 5
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  1. Megan Smith

    I used this to dye back a pillow case after loads of washes that dulled the color. It worked beautifully!!! The directions were clear and easy to follow. I was worried that pink dye would ruin all my clothes in the wash or that it would bleed consistently, but it didn’t! I dyed the case in my sink and rinsed thoroughly before I put it in the wash with the rest of my darks. No bleeding, no extra dying, it was so simple! The nice thing is, I still have plenty of dye left over to use again. Also, it is a true petal pink color. You can adjust intensity based on how much dye/dilution you use. Rit dye is a trusted brand for a reason and my family has been using it for years. I’m really happy with the result and I will continue to be a loyal customer!

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  2. rainbowsky

    I got this because my dry cleaner somehow got bleach on my jean jacket (although they claim it was already like that when i dropped it off….) If you are going to spot treat denim, which is what I did, don’t dilute it. wet the denim, shake well, dip a q-tip in the bottle, and dab on the small area. let it set 20 minutes and rinse with a little mild soap. then do it again right away, if the bleached spot is still noticeable. I sort of blended the edges out, too, so there wouldn’t be an obvious line. two times did it for me. going to do the other two spots tonight. im very happy with how the first spot looks!

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  3. Trish87109

    The packaging on all of the RIT products that I’ve purchased has been great. I’ve purchased several bottles of RIT dye and fixative from Amazon and from the local grocery. Not once have I had a bottle that leaked. Leakage on a product like this would make me very angry. This camel color is actually the lighter of the colors of dye that I have ordered and used.

    As far as ease of use, the instructions suggest using salt with the dye to make the color take better (I think, just now I can’t remember the reasoning for the salt). Whatever the reasoning I decided to use the salt. This meant that I needed to dissolve the salt and even with my VERY hot tap water that took some time.

    For those of you who would like to dye something large that would need to be done in a washer I have some tips. I have an Amana front loading HE machine. with my first attempt at using my washer to dye I was fearful that the plastic parts would take the color of the dye. I’m talking about the tray where you would put detergent, the spout area from there into the washer, and the plastic bars in the washer drum. But I finally decided that nobody but me would ever see that and I decided to go for it. I was very pleasantly surprised to find that NONE of the plastic or rubber took the dye!

    Secondly, when I recently dyed a set of sheets that were coral to a deep wine color I used three bottles of dye and the recommeded salt. I wanted to be able to add all of the dye and the salt to the machine very quickly so that I didn’t end up with splotches. I have a very large stainless steel mixing bowl that I dumped the dye and salt into with very hot water to dissolve the salt. While I was dissolving the salt I did a quick prewash of the sheets so that they would already be wet. When the washer finised I opened the door and pushed all of the fabric to the back of the washer and quickly poured the dye with the salt into the bottom of the machine. I then set the machine for a long wash cycle using HOT water at the beginning.

    The color of the coverlet that I dyed with this camel dye came out very pretty. I have to say that the color of the dyed item is very close to the color on the label on the bottle. I haven’t had to wash the coverlet yet so I’m not sure how colorfast it will be but the color was right on and with the exception of dissolving the salt the process was pretty simple.

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  4. Jennifer

    Colored all the way through with no spots or streaks. Can’t even tell I dyed it myself at home. Used a 3 gallon bucket with super hot water and half the bottle of dye. Used it on a dress I bought for a wedding (dress was white when bought). Picture looks a little darker than in person*

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  5. samantha

    Fabulous dye. I used one bottle for 4 bath towels and a sheet which were looking tired. They were all different colours originally so they came out different shades of grey obviously. I added lots of salt and put on the hottest machine wash possible. They are going strong very happy with it.

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  6. dalesully

    Quite easy to change the colour of my jogging bottoms. After watching many different videos on how to do it, all with slightly different techniques, this is how i did it.
    (See Attached images) This is the colour that i got when i used about half a bottle of Rit charcoal grey (use more for darker colour).
    First i filled my washing up sink with 10 litres of hot water (using boiled water and hot water from the tap) and then added a about half a bottle of Rit (4-5 FL OZ).
    i then added half a mug of salt because my jogging bottoms were 80% cotton and 20% polyester (this helps fix the colour with the hot water).
    Then i added the jogging bottoms to the sink and used a big spoon to help me mix it and keep it in and move it around the dye for about 40 minutes.
    I then emtpied the sink and washed most of the dye out with running cold water.
    I then stuck in in the washing mashine on cold wash for around 20 mins with the usual washing machine liquid.
    I then stuck it in the drying machine and it came out like this.

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  7. Chuffmeister

    I purchased this to put the colour back into one in my daughter’s green hoodies from TopShop. It didn’t work.

    The instructions for the dye are indecipherable and seem to be made for US washing machines. I found a YouTube video that RIT had sponsored which was also fairly useless and just skipped key steps. If you have a stand-alone machine you may achieve better results. However, having a built-under washing machine makes it virtually impossible to pour in almost two litres of boiling water (4 cups water and salt/ four cups of water and dye) without scalding yourself or covering your cupboard doors/ worktop/ washing machine/ floor with dye (in my case fluorescent green). You need to get this water into the top feed tray before the washing machine finishes the flushing of the powder/ liquid. Also once you’re past 40 years old there’s no chance of you reading the instructions on the bottle which may as well have been printed on microfiche.

    Basically it has ruined my daughter’s hoodie top (which was a faded lime green to start with). The dye is patchy with dark green areas – a total mess and I subsequently had to purchase a new jogging top to replace it.

    However, please also note that RIT would like you to purchase a dye fixer (another £10). That’s £20 in total, making it fairly uneconomical considering a replacement hoodie is £35 delivered. And wait for it, some garments may need more than one bottle of dye… bargain!

    My advice would be to save your money and either tie dye when it’s at the end of its life or just buy new.

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  8. James Loney

    Wow. I had no idea it was so easy to dye furniture. Simply clean the fabric then mix 10 cap fulls into 6 cups of hot water and brush on. Fabric is still nice and soft. Totally brought these old grandma chairs back to life.

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  9. TheLadyA

    Faded duvet…buy an expensive new one or risk RIT-ing it? RIT to the rescue for $14 for 2 bottles. Anthropologie Quilla cotton voile duvet had faded to a green dingy grey now it’s saturated rich deep charcoal again. Next time 3 bottles and I’d follow directions and wear gloves as I dyed my hands in the laundry room sink. Thank you Rit!

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  10. Mew

    Quick and easy to use! I ruined my white silk shirt with sweat stains and decided to try dye rather than throwing it away. Worked perfectly. Only soaked for 10 minutes. Silk dyed but the thread and buttons stayed white which looks kind of cute.

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  11. HaNdi SaNdi

    Loved the ease of using the product in my washing machine. Went to Rit website and followed directions, using a 30 minute soak (on a cotton pillow and 2 cotton shams). The color is always darker when wet so I knew they would lighten up nicely to the right shade of eggplant.

    Very pleased with the product, great color saturation, true to representation on bottle, wonderful way to rejuvenate my faded palest blue bedroom accessories.

    This was the first time I’ve ever used dye and after this experience, I will definitely use again. Doing lampshades next!

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  12. Caroline

    GORGEOUS! Absolutely beautiful outcome. Love love love. Definitely buying more colors 😍

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  13. Monstersmammy

    Love this product, I refreshed my ikea ektorp 3 seater sofa with 2 bottles 1 for Base cover and 1 for loose covers, came out great.dissolve your salt in hot water first and add as you start your wash.dx

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