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KC Pro

Postby spanky » Wed Dec 17, 2008 10:35 pm

Ok so I won a KC Pro roc awhile back and figured I would us it as an over stable winter roc. All it needed was a good dye to turn it from white to whatever. Well I cut my pattern and go to dye it black (dyed a few before this that turned out good and the colors would take like 30 minutes) and my black after ~3 hours turns out dark blue with a lot of bleeding. Ok whatever my contact paper is old so is the dye, go to hit the whole disc with new red and after ~4+ hours on and off heat to keep it warm I get light orange.

So long story short is KC Pro that much harder to dye or just bad technique that had worked on star and champ plastic quite well so far? Everything on star or champ plastic had come out good with clean lines (if I cut them right) following Acid’s thread, I am just figuring KC Pro was harder to get to take due to the blend but I just wonder if I am doing something wrong.
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Re: KC Pro

Postby roman » Wed Dec 17, 2008 10:44 pm

The pro plastic doesn't absorb dye very well. You're not doing anything wrong.
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Re: KC Pro

Postby spanky » Thu Dec 18, 2008 7:26 am

Cool thanks a lot that’s what I was figuring I just wanted to make sure.
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Re: KC Pro

Postby chainbanger » Thu Dec 18, 2008 2:20 pm

your red dyed disc is now orange! haha I am goin to go throw it.....at a tree!
I need your new old stock JLS'S
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