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Where to dye clothes in Boston?

Craig_Crouch | Posted in Fabric and Trim on

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I have a denim jacket I would like to have dyed black. Where can I find a place to do that? I wouldn’t even know where to look. Thanks.

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  1. Chris_Haynes | | #1

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    You might try asking a dry cleaners or a tailer/dressmaker shop.

    Or you can try dying it yourself, it is not very difficult. You need a good sized bucket (I've bought five-gallon buckets at a paint supply section of a hardware store) and access to a laundry sink (or bathtub... you can clean it with bleach afterwards). A good fabric store would have high quality dyes for use to use (including cold water dyes).

    1. Carmen_Angeli | | #2

      *I am searching a threads wood rolls manufacturer, is the item where the thread or linen are roll up, made of wood material in small and large measurement for a groups of childrens summer school project. Urgent reply pls. We want to buy a big amount of this wooden rolls for this month project and future school project in all year end. Pls write ASAP to Ms Carmen Angeli, 81 NOrth Ashford Street, Guayama, PR 00784, or e-Mail at: [email protected]

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