• Commercial alum is today produced from the chemical processing of alum schists, alunite, bauxite or clays.
  • Using a plant mordant avoids these industrial methods, and gives natural dyes that are 100% from plants.
  • A plant mordant can replace alum in conventional natural dye recipes and can create some original colors, such as a beautiful blue from logwood.
  • Using a plant mordant is quicker than alum and saves energy.
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