Ultimate Eco Dye from the earth
As a result of being from the soil, Bengala, a mud dye made of iron oxide, is capable of returning to the soil. There are plant dyes and chemical dyes. Bengala Mud Dye is a soil, mineral dye.
They do not require hot water or a mordant. In regular water, you dye by kneading the dye in to the fabric. It holds up against ultra-violate rays, so the sun doesn’t cause it to fade. It also protects from deterioration and color changes caused by ultra-violation rays. Bengala is a dye solution that is gentle on people and environmentally as well as ecologically safe. Bengala Mud Dye is made from components that dissolve in the soil making for safe disposal. As a result of coming from soil (and minerals) they characteristically make gentle and warm colors. There are 12 Bengala dye colors.
One of the themes of Kosyokunobi is “dyeing in daily life”. That means that dyed products blend into modern life. I have a wish to dye things on a daily basis like cleaning, washing, and housework.
We would like you to use it not only as a material for artists, dyers, crafters and some hobbyists, but also for small children.
There is no good or bad way to use dyes, and I hope that you can enjoy colors and discover your own expression, enjoyment, and joy.