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  1. tbird888
    07-21-2009 04:42 PM
    Thank you for your kind words. I'm still a beginner. I use Rit brand fabric dye and Contact Paper from the grocery store. I cut with an X-Acto knife. The dye is permanent and hasn't faded at all.

    If you'd like to try it yourself, this site has a wealth of information for dyeing discs. It's where I learned to do it. Check out the sub-forum in the Equipment section that's for dyeing. I'm a much better visual learner and also watched all five of the videos from these guys: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USYRUBkdxn0

    I would recommend you trying your first couple dyes on your less favorite discs as I got quite a bit of bleeding while working on my technique. Also, long, smooth cuts are the way to go as opposed to shorts. You can see the effects of that on the butt part of the mudflap lady on my Groove.

    Good luck with your efforts. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me but know that there are a lot more experienced dyers out there that perfected techniques.
  2. joedaddy44
    07-21-2009 04:04 PM
    I was curious what you're using to dye your discs. How permanent is it? Great way to personalize some discs!

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