Disc Golf Disc Dyeing Tutorial: Cheap DIY Golf Disc Designs Using Electrical Tape

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Introduction: Disc Golf Disc Dyeing Tutorial: Cheap DIY Golf Disc Designs Using Electrical Tape

About: I have always loved building and modifying things. Some of my modifications have worked out very well for me so i figured i would share them. I look forward to being part of the Instructables community.
This video will show you how to dye your golf discs at home for very little money.



Basically wherever the electrical tape is bonded to the disc will be protected from the dye. 

You will need:

Acetone
Rit Dye
Electrical tape
Pot or pan
cutting tool


Rit Dye info

http://www.dgcoursereview.com/forums/showthread.php?t=38339

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    7 Discussions

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    samalert
    samalert

    8 years ago on Introduction

    lovely that Frisbee is lot cooler than stock....... gud pimpng

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    tmeisel
    tmeisel

    8 years ago on Introduction

    alright I found some RIT powder that still works However I also tried a brand called Tulip they had some different Dye kits for Tie Dye shirts none of the Tulip dye worked as far as finding Rit dye that still works you just gonna have to find older stock sorry but i dont wanna tell where i found mine

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    tmeisel
    tmeisel

    8 years ago on Introduction

    OK so lota good Info I just bought some dark Green powder today How will I know if its going to work I didnt see a ND on it but I dont know where it would be also some boxes have 2010 on the box thats not a lot number Can someone help me out with that

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    tmeisel
    tmeisel

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Right on Yea ill try some stuff and post what I find out

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    boonokian
    boonokian

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry the only Info I have on the subject comes from the link I included in this posting. I would say maybe just mix it up and do a test with it. Maybe you could just paint a bit onto an old disc to see if it soaks in. I

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    Haplo1
    Haplo1

    8 years ago on Introduction

    this is frigging great. i have painted discs with stencals before with some success but never occured to me to dye them. cant wait to try. maybe i'll post a few with some of my prior paint jobs to share what ive done. Thanks, Pete

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    boonokian
    boonokian

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Hey thanks man, Glad you liked the instructable. Definitely share any pics of discs you have customized. cheers