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So if i just want to dye some of my green/purple/clear discs a solid color to make them easier to find (orange/blue) what would be the most practical route for this?
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Old 04-13-2016, 02:32 PM
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Cheap start up list with almost everything you'll need.
Ultimate Frisbee (To dye discs in)
IDyePoly
A large mason jar
A large syringe
Mix your dye, pour it in the upside down ultimate disc, place disc on top of dye (it should be floating), wait overnight, remove dyed disc, syringe out dye and place back into mason jar for future use. This is what im using right now, its cheap and it works well.
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I use a stainless steel skillet and warm the dye. Heat till it is barely steaming, not boiling, and dip for 20 minutes.

iDye poly and Rit dyemore both work well.
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So if i just want to dye some of my green/purple/clear discs a solid color to make them easier to find (orange/blue) what would be the most practical route for this?
Just to be clear, you won't be able to dye a green or purple disc orange. You cant really get lighter than what you start with.
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