Using Vinegar to Set Dye?

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Using vinegar to set dye is very popular. Many people choose to add around one cup of white vinegar to their laundry when they first wash a brightly colored garment in order to prevent the dye from fading or spreading to other clothing. This is a good idea for both black and bright colored linens. It is also recommended that parents add vinegar to Easter egg dye in order to allow the colors to set better on the egg.
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you fill the whole bottle with vinegar and just a quater of paint.
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The acid in the vinegar helps penetrate the shell a little so the dye can get in and set. I agree that the taste can change ever so slightly, but it's less noticeable if you season
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