For colouring wool
With good levelling and excellent colour fastness properties, Dixon Chew Chrome dyes remain an economical way to produce dark and opaque shades on wool. They can be used to dye loose stock, tops, yarn and piece goods and because of their excellent fastness properties they are particularly suited to dyeing wool that is subsequently processed with white blends or pale coloured yarn articles.
Some Chrome dyes in the range have important secondary uses for dyeing silk, nylon and leather.
Need something you don't see here? We can colour match to your requirements; a sample swatch or a Pantone® reference is all our technical team need.