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Clock Jan 01 2018 11:01 PM
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I Dyed A Crosstie
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Description Basically, I found a tutorial on how to dye plastic pieces and it worked for this crosstie. I have only tested two other connectors. The tutorial I used is: https://youtu.be/x1nH3oUtzYA

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pkiknex25

Very nice! I'm guessing that was a yellow RR crosstie that you used?

  • Jan 02 2018 12:59 AM
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SCM

Perfect. Some more of these and some more yellow X-ties means you can make Ketchup v. Mustard 

  • Jan 02 2018 09:39 AM
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XmanConstruction

Very nice! I'm guessing that was a yellow RR crosstie that you used?


Yes that is what I used
  • Jan 02 2018 01:30 PM
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~stεεlspectrum~

Dang, I tried using red RIT dye on a green crosstie over the summer, but it only came out a slightly darker shade of green. Maybe I didn't put it in long enough (15 minutes)? Or maybe I didn't use enough dye?

  • Jan 02 2018 10:52 PM
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XmanConstruction

Dang, I tried using red RIT dye on a green crosstie over the summer, but it only came out a slightly darker shade of green. Maybe I didn't put it in long enough (15 minutes)? Or maybe I didn't use enough dye?


You HAVE to use Rit Dye More and not regular Rit
  • Jan 02 2018 11:22 PM

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