^Yeah I'm worried about the stainless steel too... The pots I have here are stainless steel--I want to use them for tea dyeing, although they're not mine What else can I use that won't get stained? I have pots lined with teflon... I wonder if that is alright
The tea shouldn't have any effect on the stainless steel if you're only doing it the once. Our teapot is stainless steel and it took months for it to colour. If you're really concerned about the pots, boil the water in the kettle or in the pot, put the teabags in a plastic bucket, pour the water on the teabags.
You could buy a bucket for pretty cheap so you wouldn't have to worry about staining it.
I've got some teabags steeping on the stove right now, I'm going to have a go colouring some singlets.
I just bought a vintage lace dress that I think was tea stained... because when I handwashed it, all the color came out, turned the bucket the color of light tea and now it's like 3 shades lighter... I liked the color beforehand, maybe I will stain it again.
i recently bought a transparent sort of caramel sweatshirt - very delicate material and you can see my tits if i wear it with nothing under !
NO WAY some perverse watch my tits ... and the white shirt option is kind of boring me right now ... I thought some sort of ivory/écru/skin colours would be good ...
I just did find a solution !!!
i just have to go to H&M to buy some white tank top
great tips everyone ...
the process isn't longer than 1-2hrs right ?
ie i can start it tomorrow morning for tomorrow evening ?!
what sort of tea do you consider good ? i'm not a tea drinker ...
is it better green or black tea ?