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Leading Manufacturer of organic natural plant dye from Srinagar.
Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye
  • Organic Natural  Plant Dye

Organic Natural Plant Dye

Product Price: Rs 600 / KgGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Kg

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Product Details:
Packaging Size50 Kg poly lined Bag
Packaging TypeSacks
Shelf Life12 Months
With ShellNo
Benefitswool, fabric Dye
Is It OrganicYes
Is It Fssai CertifiedYes
Added PreservativesNo
Zero ChloesterolYes
Storage InstructionsStore at 10 to 25 centigrade
Purity100 % Natural
Storage InstructionStore In Dry Place
Grade Standardorganic
Country of OriginMade in India

Vegetable dyed woollen rugs are those where the dying wool rug is with natural elements obtained from plants. Unlike chemical dyes, they are environment friendly and of great worth. Vegetable dyed Persian rugs/carpets are the best examples to point a few.

The use of natural dyes or vegetable dyes on textiles was found in China nearly 2,600 BC. Later, with the popularity of natural colours, artisans began to dye carpets. People were using natural pigments to dye any fiber material such as fabric, yarn, wool, thread, silk, cotton, etc. In no time vegetable-dyed tribal rugs got to its peak demand worldwide.

we supply Freeze Dried green walnut hull in Bulk as Dye to textile and carpet & Rug industry in Bulk

Our walnut husks(Hull) contain a chemical called juglone which acts as a very strong binder of dye to fiber. Apparently, it is even stronger than the tannins walnut contains. For this reason, walnut dye is considered a direct or substantive dye and mordanting your protein fibres (such as wool and silk) is not necessary to bind the dye to the fiber. However, if you are using plant-based fibers such as cotton or linen you will need to pre-mordant them.

we pick the hull from the green walnut when it is just to mature, it is the stage of freshness when the walnut falls of own from tree along the mature hull, hulling is done by hand, machine hulling loses 70% dye. and goes for freeze drying process


Freezing the husks is the best way to preserve the dye within them, we supply freeze dried walnut hull & had great success for wool and silk dye, through a long extraction and adding vinegar until the dye solution reaches a pH of 4.5.

Walnut hulls were used to dye hair, make inks and clothing and are also used in herbal medicine. The rich brown colour develops with oxygen, so it is necessary to simmer the walnut powder for about two hours with an overnight cool down before adding the fiber.


1.     Fill your dye pot mostly full with warm water.

2.     Weigh out 30% weight-of-fabric (WOF) of Walnut Hull powder. Sprinkle over the dye bath and mix well.

3.     Heat to 180F for an hour to extract the colour. Take off the heat, cover, and let cool to room temperature. For best results, steep overnight.

4.     Filter the dyebath through a fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth to get out the small bits of walnut hull.

5.     Add your pre-soaked and pre-mordanted fibers to the dye bath.

6.     Heat the dyebath to 180F for wool and cotton, or 160F for silk. Maintain the heat for 2 hours, stirring occasionally to make sure all the fibers dye evenly. After 2 hours minutes, take off the heat and allow to cool to room temperature.

7.     When cool, remove the fibers and rinse briefly in lukewarm water. You can either proceed immediately to rinsing with detergent, or hang the fabric up to dry first to help the colour set. Make sure to hang it up in the shade somewhere where dripping dye will cause no damage. Direct sunlight may fade the color before it has had time set.

8.     For final rinsing, we recommend using a PH-neutral detergent like Synthrapol, which is designed to wash out loose dye. Follow the manufacturer’s directions for best results. CAUTION: Walnut Hull may bleed if not thoroughly rinsed out after dyeing.

9.     Hang up to dry out of direct sunlight.

Additional Information:

  • Production Capacity: 20,000 Kg
  • Delivery Time: 10 Days
  • Packaging Details: Poly lined 50 kg Bags
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