So my question is: how do you think is the best way to get there? Color remover then some grey dye? Bleach then black dye?
What do you guys think.
Austin wrote:I used four boxes of color remover, a little bit of bleach, hit with some black, again with royal blue and just a little bit of kelly green.Did you dye it in the black/royal blue/kelly green all at the same time? Or did you do separate baths? I might do this as well. If its not too much trouble, maybe post your the process you did? Thanks Austin!
Krenzy wrote:Can you guys post pictures of your navy tru-specs? I have two: One is a deep blue, I'd call it navy, and the other I just bought from a surplus store looks like it doesn't need any dying; it has the gray/blue-eyefuck thing going on already.I just ordered mine yesterday so hopefully I'll have it within the week and I'll post pictures of it before I do anything to it.
Krenzy wrote:Are you sure that's a TruSpec? Are you sure it's not a Nomex?So everyone can see:
shodanmark wrote:Before I start... If you're using a washing machine to do this, what's the effect of using all these dyes? I dont want to ruin the inside of my machine.I personally am heating the water on my stove and using the utility sink we have in the back to do all this stuff but I think if you use your washer, you should run the washer with detergent in it (and no clothing) after you dye something in it to clean it out. I'm not 100% sure on that though.
kind2311 wrote:Look at that beautiful Khaki suit! DOES NOT GRAYOh, the suit was definitely cardboard brown. My step dad also loves hats!
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