How do you recolor dice?
- Dab a brush in the paint and fill the whole number groove with paint.
- Wipe the still wet excess paint off the die surface, repeat this if you haven’t wiped off enough of the paint.
- Let the dice dry, the paint will shrink when it dries – drying time will vary from paint to paint.
How do you remove ink from Dice?
Saturate the number groove with a q-tip and rub into the number. Use a toothpick along the groove to scrape at the same time. If the number still isn’t diminished, try a toothbrush. If the ink still isn’t budging, you can soak the die in isopropyl alcohol, usually for about an hour.
How do you seal dice?
To seal the dice, I then hit it with a few lite coats of Krylon Clear Gloss, followed by a coat or two of Krylon Clear Matt.
What ink is used for dice?
Get an ultra-fine point permanent marker. This is what you will use to ink the dice. These ultra-fine point markers are available in a variety of colors, and sometimes you can even find them in metallic colors, which looks great on the dice. Use the marker to carefully ink the grooves of the numbers.
Can you polish resin with toothpaste?
Using the sponge pad of your polish machine, polish the epoxy with the toothpaste. Make sure that you don’t apply too much pressure or the epoxy might burn. Let the pad gently touch the epoxy while spinning. When you run out of toothpaste, apply it again and spray it with some water!