Disc Artwork, Dying, Technique etc...
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That would particularly handy, especially since I'm planning on producing many dyes at a time...
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AciDBatH666 wrote: Imagine cleaning a fresh dye job with straight acetone. It's gonna pull the dye off a bit and mix colors and crap.
ive done that twice so far... i was using powered rit and the paint brush method..and let it dry for a day or two i think i forgot about it honestly... went back peeled off the vinyl, decided the make the disc all shiney and new i would clean it with acetone.yellow rit on a green disc looks very cool...until you have to cover the entire disc with the yellow to mask your boo boo.
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