bandana

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by califsurferboy33, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    hey, i was going to dye a white nike bandana probably yellow, but mabye light blue...does anyone have any ideas or know how to do this? Thanks!
     
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  2. dragfist

    dragfist New User

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    This doesn't exactly answer your question, but an alternative would be to go to an arts and crafts shop (Michaels, Hobby Lobby) and just buy a solid colored bandanna in the color of your choice. They are usually about $1 or $2.
     
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  3. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    lol thanks, good idea, still want to know how to dye one though
     
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  4. jkonecne

    jkonecne Rookie

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    Just go buy the dye at wal-mart or somewhere like that and I'm sure the instructions will be on the back.
     
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  5. power_play21

    power_play21 Semi-Pro

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    ask your mommy for crayons and make a picture on it of a boat and the seagulls. thatll look rad dude.
     
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  6. Sixpointone

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    Your best bet if you want try dying the Bandana is to go the the Supermarket and buy RIT Dye.

    I'd also suggest buying a Rubber Container to place the Bandana, Dye and Water into. I say that as the Dye has the potential to stain the inside of the Washing Machine.

    In summary the Dye always looks dark when wet and lightens as it dries. As such if you use this method I'd try one Bandana and seeing if you like it before seeing if you are pleased with the results.
     
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  7. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    will it stain my washing machine after i wear it once and then wash it?
     
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  8. Sixpointone

    Sixpointone Professional

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    I do not know with certainty, and as such I would not want to take responsibility one way or another.
     
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  9. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    haha i understand lol
     
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