Orange Shades On Wool





#With Direct Dyes.# Make a dye-bath with 2 lb. Titan Orange, 20 lb.

Glauber's salt, and 1/2 lb. acetic acid. Work at the boil for one and

a half hours, then lift, wash and dry.



Bright Orange.--Dye with 1-1/2 lb. Benzo Orange R, 10 lb. salt, and

1 lb. acetic acid, working at the boil for one hour.



Orange.--Dye with 2 lb. Chloramine Orange, 20 lb. salt, and a little

acetic acid, working at the boil for one hour.



Orange.--Dye with 2 lb. Diamine Orange G C, and 20 lb. Glauber's

salt.



Pale Orange.--Dye with 3 lb. Diamine Gold, 10 lb. Glauber's salt,

and 5 lb. ammonium acetate.



Reddish Orange.--Dye with 3 lb. Diamine Orange D C and 20 lb.

Glauber's salt.



Orange.--Dye with 2 lb. Diamine Scarlet B, 1 lb. Thioflavine S, and

20 lb. Glauber's salt.



Dark Orange.--Dye with 1 lb. Diamine Red 5 B, 1 lb. Thioflavine S,

and 20 lb. Glauber's salt.



#With Acid Colours.# Orange.--Dye with 2 lb. Ponceau 3 G, 10 lb.

Glauber's salt, and 2 lb. sulphuric acid.



Bright Orange.--Dye with 2 lb. Mandarine G, 10 lb. Glauber's salt,

and 2 lb. sulphuric acid.



Orange.--Dye with 2 lb. Croceine Orange, 10 lb. Glauber's salt, and

2 lb. sulphuric acid.



Bright Orange.--Use 3 lb. Orange G G, 10 lb. Glauber's salt, and (p. 122)

2 lb. sulphuric acid, boiling for one hour.



Orange.--Use 3 lb. Orange R, 10 lb. Glauber's salt, and 2 lb.

sulphuric acid. Work at the boil. Orange Extra will give a slightly

less red tone of orange, Croceine orange gives a good bright shade of

a yellowish tone.



There are several brands of Orange dyes which can be used; they differ

but little in shade from one another. In general they give fast

colours. The Tropaeolines also dye orange shades, but they are not so

fast as the other dyes which have been named.



Gold Orange.--Make a dye-bath with 1/2 lb. Diamine scarlet B, 2 lb.

Anthracene Yellow C, 50 lb. Glauber's salt, 5 lb. acetate of ammonia.

Enter the wool, work for half an hour, then add 3 lb. bisulphate of

soda. Boil again for half an hour, then lift. Add 3 lb. fluoride of

chrome, re-enter the wool, boil again for half an hour, then lift,

wash and dry. This gives a very fast orange.



#With Mordant Dyes.# Old Gold.--Mordant with 3 lb. bichromate of

potash and 1 lb. sulphuric acid; dye with 6 lb. Alizarine Yellow R W.



Pale Orange.--Mordant with 6 lb. alum and 4 lb. tartar; dye with

1 lb. Alizarine Orange G G.



Deep Orange.--Mordant with 10 lb. alum and 6 lb. tartar; dye with

10 lb. Alizarine Orange N. This last dye-stuff gives a slightly redder

shade of Orange than does the Alizarine Orange G.



Deep Orange.--Dye in a bath with 1-3/4 lb. Azo Alizarine Orange R R,

10 lb. Glauber's salt, and 2 lb. sulphuric acid, and fix in the same

bath with 1 lb. bichromate of potash.



Orange.--Dye in a bath with 1 lb. Alizarine Red 1 W S, 2 lb. Mordant

Yellow O, 10 lb. Glauber's salt, and 2 lb. sulphuric acid, then fix

with 1-1/2 lb. bichromate of potash.



Orange.--Dye in a bath with 1 lb. Anthracene Red, 2 lb. (p. 123)

Alizarine Yellow, 10 lb. Glauber's salt and 2 lb. sulphuric acid.

After dyeing fix with 2 lb. fluoride of chrome.



Gold Orange. Mordant with 3 lb. bichromate of potash, and 2 lb.

tartar, for one and a half hours at the boil; rinse. Then dye in a new

bath with 1 lb. Alizarine Orange, 17 lb. Fustic extract. Work at

100 deg. F. for half an hour, then heat gradually to the boil and dye for

one and a half hours at that temperature; lift, rinse and wash.



#Olive Yellow on Worsted Yarn.#--Mordant the yarn by boiling for one

hour or one and a half hours in a bath of 3 lb. bichromate of potash;

then dye in a bath of 1-1/2 lb. Gambine Yellow and 10 lb. of fustic

chips.



Red and orange form a kind of group of colours which shade off one

into the other almost imperceptibly by using a range of dyes such as

Croceine A Z, Brilliant Croceine 9 B, Brilliant Croceine 7 B,

Brilliant Croceine 5 B, Brilliant Croceine 3 B, Brilliant Croceine

M O O, Crystal Scarlet 6 R, Brilliant Cochineal 4 R, Brilliant

Croceine B, Brilliant Cochineal 2 R, Orange E N Z, and Croceine Orange

E N. It is possible to dye shades from a scarlet crimson to a bright

orange.





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