Dyed cubes!!!

Discussion in 'Puzzle Building, Modding, & Designing' started by Underwatercuber, May 16, 2017.

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    Just dyed my first cube and it looks awesome! It's a violet Mohuan Shousu Chuwen 2x2. I also found a very large selection of dye "recipes" that I could use to hypothetically make a cube any color! I am super excited for this and I might even team up with a local cubing store (Olivers twisted puzzles) to start selling them. I also am going to work on making stickerless cubes that for once will have customizable shades and will be able to have colors that look super nice :p

    anyway just want to hear any thoughts on this
     
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  2. Aerma

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    How does it affect turning quality?
     
  3. So far it feels the exact same if not better, I can tell no difference whatsoever
     
  4. Tony Fisher

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    I would spend several hours testing it before committing to anything. Make sure it doesn't come off making your hands or other things dirty or the actual puzzle fades.
     
  5. I have had them for a while and nothing like that has occurred. I have also washed it and no dye comes off. The dye is in the plastic itself and not just on the surface in it.
     

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