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Old 01-20-2018, 04:35 PM
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Default Best plastic for dyeing... all makes

What are the best plastics for dyeing from all the manufacturers?

Pretty sure this is asked/answered on here somewhere. I'll take a link to that if you know it...

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Old 01-20-2018, 06:26 PM
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This is exhausting.... my knowledge has been exhausted
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Old 01-20-2018, 06:44 PM
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thanks

Let me know if there are any others... I mean, not mushin... he's exhausted
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My favorite is Gold Line. Lots of people like Neutron. The opaque Dynamic plastic also works great. I also like most of the 'champy' types.......champion, proton, z and other 'clear' types. Clear plastic takes longer to get a deep color but it holds longer before fading and fuzzing. The opaques take dye quickly but also fade quicker.
I was too lazy to search, but that's my $.02
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I like champ or z the most out of the plastics I've tried. The lines seem to stay crisp a little longer than star/esp/icon
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All of my my premium plastic MVP dyes have held up well and received some crazy nice looking lines etc from those who know whats up.
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All of my my premium plastic MVP dyes have held up well and received some crazy nice looking lines etc from those who know whats up.
i have one sitting next to me. i love it. makes it 100X easier to find.
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