Can you dye a colored lacrosse head?
Welcome to LaxDip: The only dye formulated specifically for plastic lacrosse heads. We offer 40 bold colors that you can permanently dye into your lacrosse heads, including a Jet Black, Neon Volt, and Neon Pink. Learn how to dye your head here on our Instructions page.
Does dying a lacrosse head weaken it?
By providing single doses that are Lacrosse specific to provide the best consistent color on lacrosse heads, Lax Dip Dye has taken the guesswork out of dying. Re-dyeing to get the”right” color is not only annoying, but it can weaken your head. Each time you dye you change the strength of the plastic of the head.
How long does it take to dye a lacrosse head?
Solid Color The hotter your water is, the quicker your coloring will take place. The saturation of your dye will depend greatly on how long you keep your head submerged. Here’s our general rule of thumb: Light Colors: 2-5 minutes.
Can you Hydro dip a lacrosse head?
Lacrosse heads are pretty awkward shaped to dip, though. It may work but the colors might be very light and pale as they might not stick to the smooth plastic that heads are made out of.
What are lacrosse heads made of?
Today, the lacrosse stick is no longer one, but two parts: the head, where nylon strings are stretched as a net and the shaft. The heads are predominantly made of advanced plastic, which yields a little on impact, so that the head does not break directly. It also reduces shock feeling and makes groundballs easier.
How do you dip dye with lax?
Single Shot Instructions:
- Bring 2 gallons (7 liters) of water to a very light boil and keep it at this temperature the entire process (at least 212F/100C). Don’t get it too far above boil or you will melt your lacrosse head and that’s no fun.
- Slowly and carefully add the LaxDip Single Shot packet to the dye bath.