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Process?, chems?.
I’m always afraid to get adventurous with chemistry on wool.
wools not too difficult, I dont like going over 11pH which is higher than recommended but always neutralise and dry stroke lots if going high

Hydrogen peroxide I'll go to 6% on wool for spotting (I know some who go higher but I don't, I will sometimes accelerate with UV spotlight)

this was 3 tbspn of pure pottasium metabisulfite to 200ml water and an iron, was working but slow..(I mix stronger for urine or darker more natural looking reds)

so changed to a local product which normally works better for synthetic reds, it will be rebranded I suspect from something you probably have access to?
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SDS specs of what I used with heat transfer and acid rinse

I'm no expert but I used to get wool samples and have a play till I was comfortable with my knowledge/chemistry
 
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