How to Dye Lax Mesh

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Lax mesh is a type of nylon mesh used for stringing lacrosse sticks. Although it is available in a wide range of colors, you can also dye white mesh with acid dyes. Any lacrosse mesh made of 100-percent nylon will respond to immersion dyeing in simmering water. Although their name might imply toxicity, the only acid required is plain white vinegar. Bright vivid acid dyes are available in some craft stores and from multiple online retailers.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Acid dye powder
Synthrapol detergent
White vinegar
Small Pyrex bowl
Large cooking pot
Measuring cup
Measuring spoon

Fill a sink with 2.5-gallons of hot water

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