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This group is created for those who love Dyed Discs.  This will be a place to post your works, or to get advice on dyeing Discs or to post Discs that have been dyed that you like.

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Started by Tim. Last reply by I3ooI3oo Jun 14, 2011.

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Comment by Daddy_Dragon on June 8, 2011 at 11:07pm


Here is the finished product.  Apparently the DX plastic does not dye well.  I think that it is because they have a waxy cover.  At least that is what they feel like.

So, I cheated and Sharpied the disc.

Comment by Daddy_Dragon on June 8, 2011 at 9:44am

My wife wanted a horse on a disc.

I got a DX ArchAngel

Acetoned the disc

Used a tribal design for a horse.

Applied my dye with my brush...........

The end results..............................


The dye did not take to the disc.

I tried three times, it just did not hold.

So the Ching putter I had and I guess DX plastics do not dye.

O.K. lesson learned. 

Comment by Daddy_Dragon on June 7, 2011 at 11:23pm

I took my dependable Buzz Used the Design of.......

 Acetoned the disc............

After dyeing the disc,

I officially made it my "Work Horse".

Once again job is light versus dark.  Maybe brushing the liquid dye is the wrong direction.

Comment by Daddy_Dragon on June 1, 2011 at 4:11pm


           Just sent you an e-mail.

Comment by Wicked Dyes on May 31, 2011 at 11:07pm
Dragon. I got that stencils for you.
Comment by Daddy_Dragon on May 25, 2011 at 6:15am
Credit goes to the Daytona Disc Drivers.  I can not recall who I heard it from, but someone had mentioned "Harry Putter".  So I decided to make a putter named so.
Comment by Daddy_Dragon on May 25, 2011 at 6:07am

My second Dyed Disc.

Ion Soft Proton Putter (Blank)


Harry Potter Stencil


My ready made dye


Introducing to the World.................................

Harry Putter

Comment by Daddy_Dragon on May 24, 2011 at 11:18pm

Wow.  I hate to say this but I just saw a group called "We're Dyeing Here!"

It is a place to show off your works.  Find info about types of dyes, dye mixtures, etc............

After looking at that page, I really do not think that this page I created will last or do well.

But I am gonna keep it, and it will be my place to show off my works, and to get support from the group's members.  Thank you (Ye Few) for joining.  And I really mean that.  No sarcasism given. 

Comment by Daddy_Dragon on May 21, 2011 at 7:01am
It's not sa dark as I originally wanted.  Maybe I'll go to the stove top method.
Comment by Daddy_Dragon on May 21, 2011 at 6:55am

I had planned to leave the dye on all night.  But when I saw it a couple of hours later (I left the disc outside but under some cover), I saw that the liquid had dried up.  And when it dried up, it looked like it had star crystals.  I washed the disc off and that is what came as a result.  So the answer until it crystalized (2 or so hours).

      I want to try different colors as well. 


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