ChUcK wrote:Do you want just a circle around the outer edge of the flight plate, or do you want the inner rim/wing dyed also? Just a ring on the flight plate would be cake.
If you wanted to dye the entire wing area, this is my suggestion: Cut a vinyl circle just a bit smaller than the I.D. and attach on the bottom. Mask the flight plate with the same size circle and then dunk your entire disc in (color) Rit for a day.
JHern wrote:I just bought a Striker, yellow and transparent, in the Opto plastic. I learned the downside of this color very quickly: I live in California, where all courses are carpeted (about 330 days per year) with a nice dry bed of yellow grass. I couldn't possibly come up with a better color for a disc to camouflage it in this environment. I have no doubt: if I continue to throw it, I will lose it. I will lose it in plain sight. I'll walk in circles around it and never find it. Nevertheless, I like the stamp and what-not that is on the disc, and it is cool to display that I'm throwing a disc made by a good company that isn't Innova or Discraft.
Thus, I was wondering if there was a way to dye the rim a bright red color, or something that would add contrast to the yellow so that I won't be soon departed from this disc. I thought about doing a dark color, which could also work, but it would be nice if it were a color that would also be visible in lower light conditions, as the winter is approaching and sunlight will soon become scarce.
I always found that dyed discs are harder to find than solid colors.
JHern wrote:Does the dye job change the grip/feel at all?
osborne wrote:i wonder if you could cut a circle to match the inner diameter of the disc perfectly lay it in and dye the inner rim by filling the disc up, pouring it out and removing the vinyl. just an idea.
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