©2020 by Nikolett Madai

Research blog

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turmeric peel dye variaties

The turmeric peel dye research has been extended to protein textiles and mid weight cellulose textiles.

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avocado kitchen waste

diy dyeing

Learn Dyeluxe's 10 easy step guide on how to turn your household avocado kitchen waste into textile dyes.

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pomegranate peel

as a mordant

Pomegranate peels contain naturally tannins, making them good substitutes for other natural tannins.

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juice processing

by-product dyes

An R&D partnership with bJuice about dye pigment extraction from their juice processing
by-products.

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Avocado Pit Dyed Wood

There is more to avocado pits than dyeing textiles, it can also coat wood in pink.

Nikolett Madai Kitchen waste workshop- s

kitchen waste dyeing

 

 

Household kitchen waste of pomegranate peels, avocado pits and peels used as homemade DIY dyes.

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turmeric peel capsule collection

The dyes created from juice processing by-product of turmeric are showcased in a capsule collection. 

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avocado pit vs peel dyes

A colour comparison of avocado pit and peel dyes applied onto the same textiles.

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pomegranate peel dye

Pomegranate peel dye experiment with alum mordanted GOTS cotton textiles.

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turmeric peel dyes

The bJuice R&D partnership continued with their ​juice processing
by-product of turmeric turned into textile dyes.

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