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Your Dyeing Questions Answered

Q: Is your company experienced in dyeing shoes?

A: Dye your shoes have been dyeing shoes for many years and have a wealth of experience.  We have our own in house colour studio to provide the best environment to dye your shoes and bags to perfection.

 

Q: Do you dye shoes and bags not purchased from one of your stores?

A: Yes we will dye any shoes or bags you send in to us.

 

Q: How do I know if the shoes are dyeable?

A: The best way is to ask the shop where the shoes were purchased or call us for details of makes which are suitable for dyeing.

 

Q: Are any satin shoes suitable for dyeing?

A: No, most fashion shoes are not made from dyeable satin so we do advise you speak to us first.

 

Q: What base colour should I buy?

A: We recommend an ivory base shoes as white shoes have a blue undertone which may distort some colours.

 

Q: What can I send for a colour sample?

A: A piece of material would be perfect, ask your dressmaker if having the dress altered, dulux colour cards from any good DIY store is great as they have many colours available but if you can’t find anything then you are welcome to send in your outfit for the perfect colour match.

 

Q: Will you take care of my dress if we sent it in?

A: Yes, your item will be handled with extreme care and kept undercover.

 

Q: How long will it take for you to dye my shoes?

A: We have various services from 3 weeks down to our speed dyeing 3 day service.

 

Q: My fabric is shot silk (two colours) can you dye from this?

A: No we can only dye to one colour.  You can state which colour you prefer or our colour studio will dye to the mid colour for you.

 

Q: My shoes have crystals and pearls on them, will they be affected by the dye?

A: No the dye will just slide off  the trimmings but we also clean the stones after dyeing.  Lace and embroidery will not dye.

 

Q: My shoes have pleated sections on them will this affect the colour?

A: The pleating may go slightly darker but this is not a bad thing as customers say this is a lovely affect.  If you definitely want one colour please buy without pleating.

 

If your questions have not been answered above fully then do feel free to contact us on email hello@dyemyshoes.co.uk