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Old 12-19-2018, 09:50 PM
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You could try both methods and see which one works better for you. Water will dilute the acetone more so that will help in certain applications.

I am not sure if it will be UV bright like worm dye. It probably depends on the color you got.
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Old 02-08-2019, 09:39 PM
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I just tried the 3:1 (water:dye) worm dye recipe and when I put the first patch of water in the whole solution turn opaque and started to have clumps in it. It did not seem to like the water at all. Anyone else run into this? I ended up just cutting some of the Quick Dip will alcohol so that it would dry a little slower and make the dye a little weaker . This allowed me to put the disc in a bag like the previous recipe. At the end I poured the rest of the diluted solution over the top to even out the look. I probably could have just rinsed with water to get a similar evening out.

Here are my results?

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