ferretdance03 wrote:I would first try the search method.
If that doesn't work, acetone and elbow grease. And good luck. Dave likes to permanently scar his discs; Gateway has deeper embossed stamps than any other manufacturer.
sleepy wrote:I sleepy, do hereby commit to use the Comet as my main midrange disc for a period of no less than one (1) year; commencing 11/24/09 and ending (if I so choose) on 11/24/10.
I was going to post something about the DD stamps probably being easier to remove, but I agree most of the Wizard plastic I've seen wouldn't take a dye too well.Tim_the_Enchanter wrote:I remember reading somewhere Dave said he likes to sink the stamps in there, he thinks it's cool looking to have them like that. On some of the custom stamps I've seen though, they aren't that deep, like on the couple DD discs I have and the infamous Wizard of Oz stamp. Also, on the softer plastics, he doesn't seem to go as deep.
But...it might be all kind of a moot point, b/c I don't think any of the Gateway plastic is particularly good for dyeing. I know the S is crap for dye, and I've only seen one attempted dye on E, and it wasn't anything that looked good.
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