How to make a stylish T-shirt for avocado lovers

How to dye a T-shirt using avocado

In­tro­duc­ing the av­o­ca­do – a de­li­cious fash­ion de­sign­er!

Safe­ty pre­cau­tions

Con­duct the ex­per­i­ment un­der adult su­per­vi­sion only.


  • four ripe av­o­ca­dos;
  • stove;
  • pan;
  • wa­ter;
  • cot­ton T-shirt.

Step-by-step in­struc­tions

Gath­er the pits and peels from 4 ripe av­o­ca­dos. Put them in a pot with a white cot­ton T-shirt. Fill the pot with wa­ter and cook on low heat. Af­ter a while, cool and rinse the T-shirt with a mild de­ter­gent.

Process de­scrip­tion

Av­o­ca­do peels and pits con­tain tan­nins. Tan­nins pos­sess col­orant, tan­nic, and as­trin­gent prop­er­ties, and can be found in many plants and fruits, in­clud­ing av­o­ca­dos, oak, pomegranates, straw­ber­ries, and tea leaves Tan­nins are used to tan leather, dye leather and fab­rics, pro­duce glue, and make ink. They’re also used as an ad­di­tive (food col­or­ing E181) to give foods and drinks a tart, as­trin­gent taste.