Disc Artwork, Dying, Technique etc...
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So Rit is thee dye, but has anyone found a better dye? One with less fade/bleeding? I have heard Metal Complex dye, as well as fast milling dye might work better on polyurethane than rit. Dying discs is sure a lot of fun, but with only a two or three month lifespan before it looks blurry I would say there has to be a better dye.
Any experimenters out there?
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It's more of the plastic making it bleed instead of the dye,
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