Using House Plants to Dye Your Clothes (Debunking Viral Videos)

  • Published on: 01 November 2019
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    In today's video we're taking a number of natural clothing dye methods seen in a viral video and putting them to the test. Do any of them actually work?

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  • wan84able
    wan84able   21 hours ago

    Tumeric plus some food grade lime it turn red colour!

  • Kiera Lococo
    Kiera Lococo   2 days ago

    You washing them all together really pissed me off

  • Wenny Li
    Wenny Li   2 days ago

    6:55 uh this happened with a pink hoodie of mine and now all my white pjs are pink

  • McKenzie Sanderson
    McKenzie Sanderson   3 days ago

    You guys need to redo this video just for messing up all the ph levels during that catastrophic wash cycle. Everything should be washed separate from each other so we can see the real results!

  • peaches and Cream
    peaches and Cream   6 days ago

    Child "mom can you get me a purple shirt. "Mother "sure honey"Two hours later when mom comes home from the store Child "did you get my shirt " Mom"yes dear it is in the pot with tonights dinner (cabbages)

  • Casey Mottola
    Casey Mottola   6 days ago

    Watch Ann Rerdon’s at How to cook that, she covers the same video, with different results

  • Sam Ban
    Sam Ban   1 weeks ago

    Maybe you guys used the wrong rosemary

  • TheLynx
    TheLynx   1 weeks ago

    Funfact! When cooking red cabbage, the colour can change depending on the amount of calcium in the water. This is the reason why in Germany, where cooked red cabbage is a fairly popular food, the name for this dish varies depending on the area. Some people call it Rotkraut (red cabbage), while others say "Blaukraut (blue cabbage).

  • Sam Sparks
    Sam Sparks   1 weeks ago

    Termeric is the pronunciation of Turmeric

  • Greg Hart
    Greg Hart   1 weeks ago

    My great grandmother used crushed blackberrys for dying her hair

  • Nicole Skorupsky
    Nicole Skorupsky   2 weeks ago

    I feel like the reason why after washing all the cloth everything turned yellow was because of the turmeric powder still being on the turmeric cloth. If Callie has burgundy Jean shorts from hollister then those would’ve dyed the white fabric really well. I ruined so many white shirts over break last year due to those pants.

  • Lorenso Całegaro
    Lorenso Całegaro   3 weeks ago

    Ancient Romans used urine to make dye attach to clothes. Try it please

  • AdamantErinyes
    AdamantErinyes   3 weeks ago

    Different metals are actually used as mordants to alter and set natural dyes. The type of pot used can actually have some effect on the resulting color.

  • Luigi Gamer
    Luigi Gamer   4 weeks ago

    I just learned something from this video, Red cabbage is an indicator

  • bruce hacke
    bruce hacke   4 weeks ago

    hey you gays should pickle a orange ;]

  • Josh Borbs
    Josh Borbs   1 months ago

    try using duhat fruit other than grape fruit :) for purple

  • Thomas Tavers
    Thomas Tavers   1 months ago

    If you crude the cabbage well, like with the force of a fast hydraulic press going up and down, it gives off a really strong colour, and an even stronger smell. Why am I still writing

  • SavvyAvie
    SavvyAvie   1 months ago

    Did anyone else see that weird face in her turmeric dyed cloth? Weird. Great video tho tkor

  • Liz Phelan
    Liz Phelan   1 months ago

    He tried so hard not to say bra

  • YeetStem Kills
    YeetStem Kills   1 months ago

    I think blossom is just getting kids in trouble for wasting resources

  • Phoenix PN
    Phoenix PN   1 months ago

    5 minute crafts is gonna be mad after this

  • Naomi Johnson
    Naomi Johnson   1 months ago

    I have question Why do TKOR only have 12 million subscribers Doing a whole lot of crazy experiments Where as 5 minute crafts have freaken 63 million subscribers Doing freaken crafts Why🤯

  • Jason Wolfgang
    Jason Wolfgang   1 months ago

    Fun Fact - turmeric is also a ph indicator, specifically for alkaline substances; not so much for acid

  • 1of2shoes Debbie
    1of2shoes Debbie   1 months ago

    The fabrics being dyed should’ve been soaked in water first.

  • Stacey Ogier
    Stacey Ogier   1 months ago

    Its like you are delibrately being ignorant.

  • Ashley
    Ashley   1 months ago

    Hmm yes laughter

  • Lower Case
    Lower Case   1 months ago

    Eucalyptus is a poinson when extacted

  • Richard Greenleaf
    Richard Greenleaf   1 months ago

    It's not TUR-meric, you said it right before you lookede at the spelling. Yes, the spelling has two Rs, but the first R is silent.