Dyeing Glo-Z Plastic

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Dyeing Glo-Z Plastic

Postby Mad Scientist » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:48 am

Any tips/precautions/special instructions on dyeing Glo-Z plastic?

I have a Glo-Z Buzzz that is my main midrange, but it's milky-white color can be hard to spot sometimes in deep cover. I was thinking of dipping it in a bright blue, or maybe even pink to help it stand out.

I know I've seen glow discs dyed before, but I wasn't sure if there's anything special that I should keep in mind to achieve the best possible results. Thanks!
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Re: Dyeing Glo-Z Plastic

Postby Booter » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:53 am

I didn't do anything different when I dyed my glo stalker. It actually takes the dye really well.
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