Logwood Purple Extract

HUE-1000

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A seductive, brilliant purple, Logwood originates from the Americas; its natural range includes Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Venezuela and the Guyanas. Logwood was known as the "spiny tree" by the Aztecs because of its thorny, contorted trunk, which they used as a weapon. Logwood is not particularly lightfast, so keep from bright sunlight. Logwood extract produces violets and purples. Over dye with persian berry (or fustic) and iron for blacks.

Description

  • Function: Dye
  • Form: Powder
  • Application: Cellulose, Silk, Wool
  • Color: Purple, Black
  • Typical Use Rate: 0.5-1.0% Weight of Fiber
  • SourceHaematoxylum campechianum
  • Package Size: 1 oz.
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Description

A seductive, brilliant purple, Logwood originates from the Americas; its natural range includes Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Venezuela and the Guyanas. Logwood was known as the "spiny tree" by the Aztecs because of its thorny, contorted trunk, which they used as a weapon. Logwood is not particularly lightfast, so keep from bright sunlight. Logwood extract produces violets and purples. Over dye with persian berry (or fustic) and iron for blacks.

Description

  • Function: Dye
  • Form: Powder
  • Application: Cellulose, Silk, Wool
  • Color: Purple, Black
  • Typical Use Rate: 0.5-1.0% Weight of Fiber
  • SourceHaematoxylum campechianum
  • Package Size: 1 oz.

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