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Veniard Fly Dye Tubes

Veniard
(Code: 641-HP-1-1)
£ 5.67
15 In Stock
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Veniard Fly Dye Tubes massive range of colours and hugely popular fly tying product.



Veniard fly tying dyes 

- Specially prepared for dyeing feathers, furs, wool etc. The dye tubes are used by Veniard to dye all their fly tying materials. These

Premium Fly Tying Dyes

come in a sealed container with full instructions. A very popular seller.

Veniard Fly Tying Dye Tubes FAQ
  • Looking for 'Fly Dye Yellow' - now called 'Golden Yellow' - Same colour

  • Looking for 'Fly Dye Beige'  choose 'Summer Duck' not taken so deep.

  • Looking for 'Fly Dye Tan' choose 'Ginger' not taken so deep.

  • Looking for 'Fly Dye Pink Fluorescent' unfortunately Veniard do not produce these 15 gram tubs, however it can be purchased in 100gram bags here.
Veniard Dye Tube metric weight 15gms (each) - (Bulk Dye quantities are available from 100gram Bags) 
You will receive 1 x Veniard fly tying dye tube of your chosen colour, a plastic container containing 15 grams of dye powder. Available in +40 different colours.

Instructions for using Veniard Fly Tying Dye:- 

  • First clean the feathers by soaking in any good detergent (Venpol for preference), or a quality soap powder for a few minutes. Note: Waterfowl feathers must be soaked for considerably longer to allow penetration of the natural oil coating.
  • Rinse in cold water.
  • Dissolve approx. a quarter of a teaspoon of dye in approx. a litre of boiling water, and stir well until completely dissolved, then add one table spoon of Acetic (if available) or vinegar to fix the colour. Black & all other dark shades should have a much stronger dye bath with more acid or vinegar.
  • Put in the feathers to be dyed and return to simmer keeping the plumes moving all the time.
  • Most dyes are a mixture of three colours, so it is essential to allow time for all the colours to penetrate to obtain the correct / desired shade.
  • They do not fix at the same rate so withdrawing feathers too soon could result in the wrong shade. You can get a good idea of final shade by watching the quill or by holding a single feather up to the light. Remember that the feather will look a lot darker when wet.
  • Remove all feathers from the dye bath and rinse well in cold water.
  • Press the feathers between cloth or paper to remove most of the moisture. Allow to dry naturally.
  • To bring hackles back to their natural brilliance they should be partially dried and then placed in a cardboard lid, blown dry with a hair dryer, and shaken gently until dry.
  • Please note these Veniard Dye instructions also apply to furs & wools. Etc. 
  • If valuable / rare materials are to be used we advise testing a small quantity first.

Veniard Fly Dye Tubes used by Davie McPhail for his feathers 

 
Veniard Fly Dye Tubes, just one of over 4,000 quality Fly Tying Materials in stock.
Customer reviews
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Black
Very good.
Colin G.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Green Olive
Excellent product
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Wayne P.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Sunburst Yellow
Fantastic service great product.
Denis J.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Blue Dun
Great dye.
Bob B.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Olive Dun
Great dye.
Bob B.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Black
Quality product.
Bob B.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Summer Duck
Quality product.
Bob B.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Summer Duck
Great product.
Graham C.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Cinnamon
Excellent dyes.
Paul M.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
641-Select Colour: : Golden Yellow
Quality product.
Bob B.