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Ive used Rit liquid and the powder with acetone and 100% alcohol. Acetone with Rit powder On Champion works really fast just painting it on, But the only thing you have to watch out for is that it will lift the glue on the vinyl but if you work quick it comes out good. The only thing with Rit is is that it is only like 10% Dye and the rest are fillers so it is as potent as some other Dyes that are on the market. I own a sign business and I can make stencils and Graphics So if anyone needs vinyl and other products Just let me know. Im experimenting with alot of products and trying to come up with a thick dye that i can paint on that will work quick. Ill let ya know what works best but if anyone else has any other information that would be great Thanks

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How much do you charge for vinyl? Can we get it pre cut with the design we want?
absolutely ill do whatever ya what i have a plotter cutter Just need to make the vector image and i can cut it
what's the price range?
Ill post some pics i just dyed a Boss with the Yamaha logo on it. It is just black dye but it came out pretty good.
This is the Boss i dyed with Rit Powder and Alcohol Yamaha Logo
Average stuff 10 bucks for a logo on a 10inch x 10inch piece of vinyl. More intricate designs would be more money.
all you use is rit powder and alcohol? How long do you let it sit on the disc to dye it?
that Yamaha logo is tight.
Cool !!!

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