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There is still RIT dye in the old formula out there in the powdered form that will work. You will have to go on DCGR and find the dye thread. They have a key chart indicating which dates and codes to look for when you are buying the dye. It's such a pain in the butt, and since there are Pro Dyers out there that do such a great job, farm it out.
"Wicked Dyes" does an insanely good job. Cassidy is a graphic artist, the dude is uber talented and very professional.
I just dyed a bunch of discs with liquid RIT I bought off the shelf. I did not have any problems.
What kind of plastic? I recently used the powdered Rit dye on some discs and it worked quite well.
Yeah DX and Pro D types of plastic do not take dye very well.
You picked up some of the new rit then.
Somebody always has to mess up a good thing.............LOL. The EPA has only tested 200 out of 82,000 chemicals to find out if they are safe, maybe their first test in 5 years was on RIT Dye? Bastards!
I dyed two DX TeeBirds and it took the dye quite well. The one disc in my bag has faded over time however.
liquid rit will say nd on the bottle "no dye" and i'm not 100%sure on the date but i've used powder dated from the beginnning of 2011 still works....on the powder box theres a date code stamped on it kinda hard to see sometimes but thats what you are looking for preferably pre 2011...check out dgcr....all the info is there...