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

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  • Naomi Johnson
    Naomi Johnson  5 hours back

    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  7 hours back

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

      • Robin courchene
        Robin courchene  3 days back

        Awe was loving the cabbage shirts and the berries

        • 1of2shoes
          1of2shoes  5 days back

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

          • Stacey Ogier
            Stacey Ogier  5 days back

            Its like you are delibrately being ignorant.

            • Ashley
              Ashley  7 days back

              Hmm yes laughter

              • Lower Case
                Lower Case  1 weeks back

                Eucalyptus is a poinson when extacted

                • Everybody
                  Everybody  1 weeks back

                  I’m hungry

                  • Richard Greenleaf
                    Richard Greenleaf  1 weeks back

                    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.

                    • Will G
                      Will G  1 weeks back

                      Turmeric stains never wash out, and you should have washed the turmeric separately.

                      • The one Beyblader
                        The one Beyblader  1 weeks back

                        Its all yellow

                        • Tyra Fleming
                          Tyra Fleming  1 weeks back

                          You should wash them as the final result

                          • Chris Tonkin
                            Chris Tonkin  2 weeks back

                            Turmeric is a indercater boiiiiii

                            • Sam Gray
                              Sam Gray  2 weeks back

                              Nate~ Ooooo it reacts 😃

                              • SweetPea Games
                                SweetPea Games  2 weeks back

                                actually yes the water can change to blue but it has to be COPPER coins

                                • Landen Wittenborn
                                  Landen Wittenborn  2 weeks back

                                  Can u try them again but wash them separately

                                  • Diamond Pearl
                                    Diamond Pearl  2 weeks back

                                    4:27 Well, that would depend completely on the cloth you used... if it's natural (silk, cotton, linen..) yes, possibly... if it's synthetic (polyester, nylon, etc) then no, likely not! ;)

                                    • Brianna Callan
                                      Brianna Callan  2 weeks back

                                      .... you have to heat-set most dyes before you wash them... also, wash them separately.

                                      • DanielFrequency
                                        DanielFrequency  2 weeks back

                                        gg fail on washing machine 🤦🏻‍♂️

                                        • Anita Joku
                                          Anita Joku  2 weeks back

                                          Did y'all actually wash everything together??? 😂😭

                                          • Venissa Higginbotham
                                            Venissa Higginbotham  2 weeks back

                                            Btw that eucalyptus was dyed, not natural. So therefore you can’t really come to a scientific conclusion on that one.

                                            • BeaTsoFdEaTH
                                              BeaTsoFdEaTH  2 weeks back

                                              I'm not defending the hacksters you watched from the video but it may have been the fabric they used for each dye because while watching the 6 second videos some gave off a slight shine and others looked like regular cloth

                                              • Zehab To The Dabbing Animation

                                                How Many Licks Do You Need To Finish 1 Gallon Of Water?TKOR Or Should I Say Thor

                                                • wolfi e
                                                  wolfi e  2 weeks back

                                                  since copper kills bacteria (it is poisonous), this shirt is maybe desinfected (and poisonous to wear)

                                                  • Burning Cloud
                                                    Burning Cloud  2 weeks back

                                                    if you fancy a permanetly yellow-ish garment or towel...try curry. That son of a gun deosn't come off from frabrics not eben if you cry >_< . BTW...some natural dyes have been tested through generations...never tried to get rid of stains of wild bluberries, wild blackberries ( not supermarket stuff) ,cocoa, wine, coffee, tea or China ink? Those stains last years, thousands washings, bleach and i suspect even a nuclear bomb. >_<

                                                    • Madison Hardin
                                                      Madison Hardin  2 weeks back

                                                      "Ooh it reacts"

                                                      -Nate

                                                      • Prochnost c:
                                                        Prochnost c:  3 weeks back

                                                        the grapes would do better if you made small slits in them :)

                                                        • Jay YKTV
                                                          Jay YKTV  3 weeks back

                                                          Use me

                                                        • Julieta Saavedra
                                                          Julieta Saavedra  3 weeks back

                                                          with the pennies I think you need to put on vinegar. But try with red rose petals, it gives purple and pretty pinkies :) even if you wash it. Oh! for not wash the colors and shades, let the piece wet into salty water for a day maybe. That is all

                                                          • norskgucci
                                                            norskgucci  3 weeks back

                                                            you should try to put white stuff in the washing machine and where you usually put the laundry detergent you put turmeric

                                                            • James RA Woodwright
                                                              James RA Woodwright  3 weeks back

                                                              isn't there setting agents.

                                                              • Avi Vids
                                                                Avi Vids  3 weeks back

                                                                I feel a little disappointed, like I was expecting a more trustable video, but I saw a lot of messy steps. Like if after every step they were just like "whatever" you know? Like they didn't care to deliver quality. 🤷‍♀️

                                                                • DOVAH FARCRY
                                                                  DOVAH FARCRY  3 weeks back

                                                                  didn't your mother ever tell you not to mix the dark colors with the light colors

                                                                  • Ashley bloom
                                                                    Ashley bloom  3 weeks back

                                                                    Can you mix ketchup and warm water to dye a shirt red?

                                                                    • ItsBarret
                                                                      ItsBarret  3 weeks back

                                                                      this just made me angry cuz you should have washed them separately :(

                                                                      • Sumogory Games
                                                                        Sumogory Games  3 weeks back

                                                                        copper turns blue when it rusts and rust can color water

                                                                        • leafylare
                                                                          leafylare  3 weeks back

                                                                          ive been washing everything together for 10+ years straight and nothing has happened

                                                                          • Crimson Lord
                                                                            Crimson Lord  3 weeks back

                                                                            Mmmm y'all just cooked em clothes

                                                                            • Team Fortress II
                                                                              Team Fortress II  3 weeks back

                                                                              do you know tumeric is a ph indicator

                                                                              • Madhushann stalinselvam

                                                                                I love u guys pls like

                                                                                • Madhushann stalinselvam

                                                                                  And is used in your musturd

                                                                                  • Madhushann stalinselvam

                                                                                    Turmeric is a natural dye

                                                                                    • Lily Diaz
                                                                                      Lily Diaz  3 weeks back

                                                                                      It’s work....





                                                                                      If the only color you want is yellow

                                                                                      • Princess Nirvana Milla
                                                                                        Princess Nirvana Milla  3 weeks back

                                                                                        lol you washed everything together😂

                                                                                        • TheJessDoer
                                                                                          TheJessDoer  3 weeks back

                                                                                          Yay, glad I wasn't the only one disappointed with them washing it all together. Also, turmeric has been used to dye things, including fabric, for like thousands of years. Not a new discovery.

                                                                                          • Something Idunno
                                                                                            Something Idunno  3 weeks back

                                                                                            They're dying

                                                                                            • Chloe Kowal
                                                                                              Chloe Kowal  3 weeks back

                                                                                              You should’ve used ammonia for the pennies

                                                                                              • Luciano Bartolucci
                                                                                                Luciano Bartolucci  3 weeks back

                                                                                                turmeric is what made eerything yellow, it's a strong PH identifier