Where To Buy Shout Color Catcher Sheets In Canada
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Can these color catchers be used with homemade detergent which is probably a powder I over use color catchers 2-3 per load one time and throw them away. Possibly if I would use your color catchers I could still use my current detergent which is liquid.
Consider the color catcher, a product that claims you can launder mixed loads of whites and colors without any color transference. Both Shout Color Catchers and Carbona Color Grabbers are dye-catching sheets that promise to protect your whites and lights by absorbing loose dye in the wash before it deposits onto your clothes.
Both our skeptic and our believer came to an agreement: You probably don't need to use a dye catcher in your laundry. It was hard for us to create any obvious color transfer between clothes. In the real world of laundry, that's a positive.
Put the scrap pieces of fabric in the water and saturate with the liquid. Wring out the excess water and hang to dry. To use your finished color catchers, add one sheet to standard wash loads, and two sheets to large loads or loads with new or especially dark clothing items.
For those of you who have never heard of color catchers they are specially treated white cloths that you can toss in the laundry and they absorb the color when something bleeds in the wash. With each load of laundry, toss in a sheet at the beginning of wash cycle.
Always treat homemade laundry detergent exactly the same as you would regular detergent. If you need a color catcher withe regular detergent then you will with the homemade. If you use fabric softener with regular then use it with homemade etc.
I'm in Kitchener, Ontario and can find Shout Colour Catchers at my local grocery stores. I usually buy mine at the Real Canadian Superstore where they are hung off of the shelf in the laundry detergent aisle.I never pre-wash my fabrics but always wash my completed quilts with a colour catcher and have had no bleeding issues at all. I love them!
FABULOUS!! So this works - even after a project has been washed, bled and dried WOW!! I will try it! I have the color catchers...I only use them the first time something is washed...never thought they would work once the bled dye dried....I'd be happy to send you some color catchers if you will email me your address...that is how much I appreciate this tip!!In stitches, (in Michigan)Teresa :o)
Oooo! One more thought...I just recently had to buy a new washer and ended up with one of those top loaders with no aggitating spindle. It uses less water and I have not washed a quilt in there yet because I was worried about fading and whether the color catchers work as well in thin new-fangled kind of machine. Anyone out there with experience with this kind of washer and color catchersIn stitches,Teresa :o)
ColorCatcher comes in sheets that look like fabric softener sheets. Using the product is simple: you just drop one sheet or two (for larger loads) into the washing machine with your fabrics or quilt. Any dye released by your fabric is supposed to be trapped on the the color sheet, not on the rest of your fabric.
I have had red embroidery floss bleed out in the dryer. I was devistated. There were several shades of red in this quilt. Only the darkest shade bled. I had no idea that that could happen in the dryer. As for the color catcher sheets, there was a little bit of bleed. You really had to look for it. I would use them just to be safe
I was kind of surprised that there are so many people out there who don't pre-wash their fabric. I always do, except for charm squares or pre-cut strips. I might change, though. It is a lot of work to iron all the fabric. I think I might start just pre-washing the red fabric (I always use the color catcher sheets BTW). You are right - it will let me get to sewing sooner!
Wow, another good topic