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Disc Dye Method


If you would like to share your dye methods, send me an e-mail and I will post it here.
Posted: 9-23-03
Submitted by Austin Walker

After searching for awhile on a good dye for my discs I found a product that works well in my opinion. It is Colorite Worm Dye. So far it has set well and staying fairly vibrant. It's only been a few days so I guess the coming weeks will tell. The dye can be found at http://www.colorite-glowmaster.com.

A couple other things about the dye. It dries very fast, probably takes ten seconds max. So far I've been using a paintbrush to apply it and I've been using a glue called "Weldbond" to keep the dye off the area's I want to leave natural. Full strength the glue keeps the dye from bleeding through but when I've thinned it with water and painted the glue on it bleeds a little in spots. I let the glue dry over night then put my colors on then just peel the glue off to expose the plastic. Water also helps loosen up the glue.
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