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This is my new Superman:

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You can probably get a larger image by clicking on the picture. Try it and see. That, or your monitor will melt. I forget which one right now.

This is a new dye but an older mask:

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It takes an hour to tease the dye onto the plastic if you're being careful not to get any blue in the orange.

I want to put this next disc in my bag. $20 says I don't. I'm not betting. I'm advertising the price.

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I help my brother out with his tournaments in Chicago so I like to dye some Chicago themed sports logos. Well, I sort of help. I sort of annoy the heck out of him too. We're brothers so I can't help myself.

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The Buzzz is bottom dyed:

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Here's the tip: The avid reader will recall that I warm my discs in the oven at 170 for ten minutes to get richer color out of the dye. If you set the oven at 170, wait for it to pre-heat, put in the discs and then turn off the heat, the oven won't get hotter than 170, but over ten minutes it won't get much cooler either. This avoids those heat spikes that sometimes destroy a disc.

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