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Tue, 02 Nov 2010 13:38:50 +0000http://lacrosseallstars.com/?p=17591#comment-4907Six players to watch at the WATC…
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Wed, 26 May 2010 09:23:51 +0000http://lacrosseallstars.com/?p=17591#comment-3736Was the jager a sticker or did you cut it by hand?
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Tue, 25 May 2010 10:47:01 +0000http://lacrosseallstars.com/?p=17591#comment-3723Can also include my efforts in a section entitled “412 Lax where great dye jobs ideas go to die?”
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Tue, 25 May 2010 02:54:52 +0000http://lacrosseallstars.com/?p=17591#comment-3722I'm not sure I understand your first question… is your color weak? is that the problem? If so, I'd focus on using at least one packet of dye and making sure your water is BOILING hot. Be very careful though. I have burnt myself before…. and will again, I'm sure. not fun.
I use electrical tape for the most part and either cut it or buy it in different widths/shapes. When I stick it on the head, I then run a lighter or hairdryer over it so the adhesive heats up and bonds better with the plastic.
Dye can be found at many places like hardware stores, art stores, pharmacies, etc. The BEST place is a fabric store though, since RIT dye is fabric dye. I like the liquid stuff better, some prefer the powder. There are some pretty amazing things you can do with the powder that you can't do with the liquid. Maybe that's next… hmmmm.
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Tue, 25 May 2010 02:50:40 +0000http://lacrosseallstars.com/?p=17591#comment-3721send me all the dyed head pics you got! haha. Michael Gialanella must dye! It has a nice ring to it!
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Tue, 25 May 2010 01:16:49 +0000http://lacrosseallstars.com/?p=17591#comment-3720THAT IS PHENOMENAL! Way to step it up, Connor. Absolutely love the Headstrong dye. The Bull and PP are solid as well, but the Torque is just amazing.
I know it looks like it's purple, but the Jager head is black and green. If is for one of my friends who plays for Jager. I decided to pull in the green from the color of the bottle to mix it up from their black/orange color scheme for their unis. I tried something different for my first attempt and botched it, but I can send you pics. Thanks a lot for sharing it and the props.
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Tue, 25 May 2010 01:08:23 +0000http://lacrosseallstars.com/?p=17591#comment-3719I've tried just one color so far, but the color tinted over to the white side like maybe it's floating in the steam from the hot water… does that happen to you? And is regular electrical tape what you use for your sharp lines? Also, where can you get all the colors of Rit dye? The local store just has a couple of basic colors to choose from…