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07 Apr 2008 comment on 08 Two

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03 Apr 2008 comment on 08 Two

It was a bit of a make shift process to be honest, I only used two colours of RIT dye (dark green and dark brown). The different shades of colours are simply due to the different materials and original colours. As I could not find a big enough pot to use on the stove so I ended up using a plastic bucket which I could fit the boot in, minus the frames and soulplates etc. I then got 6 pans, filled then with water and heated them on the gas stoves along with a boiled kettle - I needed this much water to submerge the boot. Once the water was bubbling I poured all the water into the bucket that I had outside and added the packet of Green RIT dye (I used half a pack for each boot as I didn't have any more) into the bucket and gave it a stir. I then submerged the whole boot along with the frames and backslide plate as I wanted these green. I then moved them about every few minutes and checked their colour for about 30 mins - the hotter the water the better they will colour. I then did the same for the cuff, soul plates and h blocks but used a whole packet of the brown dye. I left the parts to dry off on an old towel in the garden on a nice sunny day, which didnt take long. The soft boot took a bit longer so I stuck them in the airing cupboard and gave them a blast with the hair dryer! I hope that helps - this was my first attempt at it so just kinda made it up as I went along.

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