F.A.Q.

Hello! Below you will find some frequently asked questions regarding Dudley’s products. If you cannot find the answer to your question below, please contact Customer Service here: http://bit.ly/1SnJ8zD

Q: Are eggs safe to eat after being dyed?

A: Yes, all of our dye formulas are tested and approved per FDA regulation. You may also find the food safe dyes icon on each Dudley egg decorating kit on the bottom right corner of each package.

Q: Are the dyes toxic (tablet or liquid)?

A: No, all of our dye formulas are tested and approved per FDA regulation. You may also find the food safe dyes icon on each Dudley egg decorating kit on the bottom right corner of each package.

Q: Where can I find the ingredients listed for each kit? Are the ingredients gluten –free?

A: The ingredients for each kit are listed on the bottom of the egg dye kit packaging. All egg dye kits are gluten –free.

Q: How many eggs can be dyed with one kit?

A: Varies; depending on the dye technique; most of our Dudley’s egg decorating kits dye up to 2 dozen eggs.

Q: How long do egg dye kits last if stored over a period of time and do they have an expiration date?

A: Dudley’s egg dye kits last 2-3 years when stored properly. Our egg dye kits do not have an expiration date.

Q: Where can I buy your product?

A: Our products can be found at many retail stores. Visit dudleyseaster.com on the home page to find a store, as well as, under the ‘products’ drop down menu; scroll to ‘where to buy’ for a full list of retailers.

Q: Where can I buy replacement dye and color packets?

A: Our dazzling dye refill packets can be found at many Walmart retail store locations in the seasonal Easter aisles.

Q: Are there refills for Spin an Egg?

A: Yes, our dazzling dye refill packets can be found at many Walmart retail store locations in the seasonal Easter aisles.

Q: What others dyes can be used with Spin an Egg?

A: Most liquid dyes should perform similarly in Spin an Egg.

Q: Can I use a different dye liquid or tablet instead of the one I received with the kit?

A: The type of dye content in a kit is dependent on the dye method, for standard kits; if the kit contains tablets; than most other dye tablets can also be used. As well as, if the kit contains liquid dyes; most other liquid dyes should perform similarly. Note – results may vary if contents are altered.

Q: How do I get the dye out of my clothes or off my hands?

A: It is always suggested to cover all areas before beginning the dye process as dyes will stain.

For cloth materials: Act fast; treat any dye stain right away using ½ tsp liquid dish soap with ½ cup lukewarm water on spot for 3-5 minutes. Work detergent solution using gentle motions and a clean cloth. Continue blotting stain as long as dye continues to transfer to clean cloth. Rinse with cold water to remove all soap residue. Repeat steps until stain is removed. Let air dry.

For hands: Wiping dye off hands immediately using a paper towel following contact will help to alleviate the color from staining your hands. Washing your hands with shampoo is a quick trick to getting dyes off hands more quickly.

Q: Where can I find plastic eggs for dying?

A: We do not currently produce plastic eggs, but you can find them at various retailers.

Q: Where can I find instructions for a specific dye kit?

A: Instructions are available in all egg dye kits, as well as, on the back of each package.

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