Dyeings of the most widely used to the synthetic fibers, namely polyamide and polyester, have been carried out using acid dyes and disperse dyes. The above mentioned dye types, and indeed all dyes onto substrates, rely on the reaction properties between the substrates and dye molecules. In terms of fastness properties, however, especially to washings, the satisfactory levels are not present in the results from acid and disperse dyeings. Thus, vat dyeings leaves a feasibility and are an alternative way to overcome the problem. Although attempts and works have been reported in early years, with little if any commercial achievement and success. In this context, to meet increased demands towards a high level of wash fastness from consumers and retailers, an attempt using vat dyes has been carried out in this work.