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So, in a past post someone had mentioned that they use some kind of shaving cream method to dye discs.  I have been wondering since then how to actually accomplish this marbled look.

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I have yet to try this shaving cream method but I have done marbling type dyes. I use liquid rit and plastic wrap. I pour about half a tea spoon of liquid rit into the plastic wrap then ball. Squeeze the ball so the rit disperses all over the plastic. Unball the wrap and cover your disc with it ( the side with the most rit on it down). Leave in the sun for a few hours to bake into the disc ( i did mine for 8 hours).


Thanks, that's kind of what I was looking for.  I'll have to give that a try sometime.

old thread, but what is the current dye that works? I remember reading somewhere that rit dye no longer works

I tried a product called I Dye that worked. I used the Poly formula due to the fact it is made for dying plastic clothing fibers. Seemed to work really well.


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