No. Dyeing does not damage the washing machine at all. Any residual dye is removed from the washing machine when the textile is first rewashed.
In rare instances, the rubber seals, for example, may become slightly stained during the dyeing process. However, this stain is not transferred to subsequent wash cycles. You can easily remove this stain using a 5% to 10% solution of chlorine bleach.
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