Making a uniform go from blue to tan

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    Making a uniform go from blue to tan

    I was wondering if anybody had any experience dying blue to tan. I have a couple of uniforms I would like to use, in North Africa, and would like to make them desert tan instead. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Making a uniform go from blue to tan

    You might have better look with a fabric paint. Unless the uniform is a very very light blue it's not likely work. Also, it's very difficult to dye a fabric that is made of polyester. Cotton fabric is much easier to dye. Good luck
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    Re: Making a uniform go from blue to tan

    Quote Originally Posted by spyder View Post
    You might have better look with a fabric paint. Unless the uniform is a very very light blue it's not likely work. Also, it's very difficult to dye a fabric that is made of polyester. Cotton fabric is much easier to dye. Good luck
    I agree. I have had much better results with fabric paints, than dyeing.

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