Camo Dye Jobs w/ Hot Glue

All these were the same kinda of dye just wanted to give them a different color to appeal to a wide range. I used Super Powers for all four and simply changed the color. Neon Green, Yellow, Red, and Royal Blue. Each process was the same hot glued the White Super Power.

I then dyed the head one of the four colors. After I did the first color I added another coat of the hot glue and then dyed each again with black. Honestly the hardest parts of these dyes is the removal. After enough dyes (about 300+) you start to learn tricks of the trade like how hot the water needs to be and what kind of hot glue works best.

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Matt Hickman graduated from Georgetown Prep (’04) and then went on to star at Salisbury University (’08). He now runs King Dyes while also working for Performance Lacrosse Training in Bethesda, Md.

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