Dyes, Aniline


Dyes, Aniline -

Are put up in convenient packages for dyeing a great variety of articles, from Easter Eggs to clothing and household furnishings. They are based on Aniline, a coal-tar product discovered in 1856.

A majority of aniline colors are soluble in water, some in alcohol and some in oil. A few of the water-soluble can be made into oil-soluble. If alcohol or oil soluble colors are desired, it should be designated when ordering.

Certain of these dyes are now largely employed as very effective and harmless colors for confectionery, etc. (see COLORS AND COLORING MATTERS).


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