The 70s until present day
They then went on to innovate throughout the 70s and 80s, launching a broad range of fabric care products from ironing aids to stain removers to keep colours looking their best. In 1979 even Grace Kelly expressed real interest in the DYLON range at an international exhibition in Monte Carlo.
During the 1990s DYLON was a firm favourite on TV show Changing Rooms, used by the likes of Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. At this time DYLON continued to innovate with the launch of super convenient DYLON Wash & Dye.
That brings us to the 2000s when DYLON expanded further into colour care with their first Colour Care Detergent to help vibrant colours stay that way.
In 2006 DYLON celebrated the company's half centenary and most recently DYLON is again bang on trend as people choose to be less wasteful with their possessions. Recycling is big news and people are choosing to change things rather than chuck them. As the Evening Standard newspaper recently commented “make-do-and-mend” is back in vogue and with DYLON you can make a change for the better.