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How To Dye Icey/Translucent Soles Tutorial!


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Mix Sole Bright with Angelus Dye of your choice in a 1 to 1 ratio into the provided mixing jar. Apply mixed solution with brushes provided and let dry for around 30-60 minutes. Leaving them to dry in the sun is optimal, but not required. Clean off excess mixture with alcohol and water. Repeat process 2-3 times until desired results are achieved. Once done, wipe down with alcohol and a rag (or warm water & soap) to get rid of residual dye to prevent bleeding. Wait 24 hours and they’ll be ready for wear! (Don’t forget to rinse your brushes once you’re all done.)


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Here’s a video to show you how to dye translucent/icey soles! If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below! Thanks for all the love and support as always!

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  1. What's not to stop the paint on the bottom soles from wearing off eventually from everyday use? Seems like only the surface is painted. Walking, and especially on concrete seems like they would wear off. Good Vid


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