Devon Headen Posted September 1, 2005 Report Share Posted September 1, 2005 I already have 3 colors of McFadden's liquid dyes, and I need some more colors for an upcoming project. I'm pretty sure since I've already got a base of colors with the McFadden, I should just stick with it. I've only gotten one problem with it. In the catalog I ordered it from it says, "assorted water soluble concentrated dyes," but on the bottles it says it's nitrocellulose based. My question is, what should I be thinning this stuff with? So far I've just been using lacquer thinner for wiping off excess, but does anyone know whether I can use water? I guess it doesn't really make much of a difference, just curious as to what the base actually is of this stuff. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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