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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Darin Younce, May 12, 2019.

  1. Went to Walfart and bought the only blue rit die they had. Got home made a small batch (16 oz ) and tried a sample area , matched near perfect . The carpet is in good to decent shale but for some reason it has faded as though someone bleached it, even where the sun never hits. Forgot to take pics , will take some tomorrow.
     
  2. Carpet die

    Did you kill the carpet (die) or did you change the color (dye)? :D

    My first experience with dying carpet was back in the 60's, I changed the color from blue to black, it turned out pretty good but took a while to completely dry.

    We ran around barefooted a lot during the 60's and in my rush to get the car back on the road my girl friend and I ended up have to wear the black off the soles and toes for the next few weeks. :rolleyes: HRP
     
  3. OLSKOOL57
    Joined: Feb 14, 2019
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    OLSKOOL57
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    Remember the dyes well, how about the upholstery dyes also?

    I
     
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  4. Geeze , I get into posting and forget to edit or recheck my spell. dye dang it .
     
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  5. Moriarity
    Joined: Apr 11, 2001
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    Moriarity
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    Fixed it for you
     
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  6. We all have done it, just messing with you. HRP
     
  7. Yeah, but I really messed that . Geeze I am getting pretty bad . Btw here are pics. The pic with the red line shows the original color on the left , everything on right is the dye. Looks a bit lighter on pic but this was me just dabbing a bit so I think a really good saturation will be better. The other pic is bottom of drivers door , funny how the old carpet faded. i did a dab on bottom left corner.
     

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  8. Used the red rit brand off the shelf from joanne's to do the carpet in my 55< worked like a chram, matched perfect. saved me a ton of money for now.
     

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