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Old 10-22-2017, 06:43 PM
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I am having trouble posting the picture but it looks similar to Reniger's.
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Old 10-30-2017, 03:11 PM
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Would diluting the dye more or a doing shorter soak give me more of the bright pink I am looking for?

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Old 10-30-2017, 04:00 PM
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Idk bc I dont use worm dye much. I would maybe try doing a short yellow dip first, then a short pink one. Though you may just end up with orange that way...
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Old 02-25-2018, 01:43 PM
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My favorite Opto Fuse is a faded grass/algae color. Would you go green or yellow worm dye for a chartreuse day glo?
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Old 02-25-2018, 04:23 PM
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Chartreuse or neon yellow quick coat or spike it dye
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My favorite Opto Fuse is a faded grass/algae color. Would you go green or yellow worm dye for a chartreuse day glo?
Id use their pink imo unless you like the green grass fade to be enhanced.

Just dyed a same green 11x eagle thrower which would have been lost in a minute. Use dat zoom lol. Between the blue and orange. Came out legit and their colors reflect UV light too.


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Old 03-03-2018, 01:08 PM
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My Fuse looks like a faded version of this. I think just making it more opaque would help a lot. You think pink would be the better way to go?

I actually found some worm dye at Wal-Mart and tried it on a clear Magic I never use. You guys weren't kidding about going for unscented. My disc smells like an Olive Garden exploded on it, so garlic. Got me wondering though, could you use unscented stuff and mix in some essential oils for some pleasantly scented discs?
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My Fuse looks like a faded version of this. I think just making it more opaque would help a lot. You think pink would be the better way to go?

I actually found some worm dye at Wal-Mart and tried it on a clear Magic I never use. You guys weren't kidding about going for unscented. My disc smells like an Olive Garden exploded on it, so garlic. Got me wondering though, could you use unscented stuff and mix in some essential oils for some pleasantly scented discs?
I assume the yellow would make it more opaque in the flight plate if just poured into there top down.. The colors reflect UV light so would help in sun etc for sure where some of the green/yellow/clear blues turn to glass.

The stuff is cheap enough and works so well id say get both colors. Can always use it again. Ive had that bottle of pink 4 a long time and dyed quite a few discs now being you need very little to work with. Someone here told me about cotton ball application which worked nice on some neutron to get a cool watercolor like painting design.
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Old 03-06-2018, 12:21 AM
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You mafcks bought up all the unscented pink dye on that website.

I contemplated how bad gamefish or craw scented discs might be but since my garlic is so potent I decided not to chance it.
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^Damn I was just gonna order some pink today.


Those of you without metal sinks in your home, how do you dispose of the excess/runoff dye when you remove the disc? Am I overthinking this and should just use a paper towel or something? I know to reuse the dye and put it back in a container of sort, I just don't want to stain a sink or shower drain with what's running off the disc if I can avoid it.

Also don't want to dump it outside if I don't have to cuz muh Earth.
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