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Default Streamline Neutron and Plasma plastics

Does anyone have experience dying Neutron and Plasma plastics, and can give opinions on if one is better than the other? I’d like to get a dye on a plasma trace, but haven’t heard any feedback on how well it works. Streamlines Plasma plastic was just released, but mvp states it is the same as MVP’s plasma plastic.
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Old 02-15-2018, 04:07 PM
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I know that Neutron takes dye very well. Not sure on Plasma but it is a premium plastic and just from feel I don't see why it would not take dye well.
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They are standard MVP plastics which take dye extremely well!
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