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What color are the pork rinds now?

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You can't reverse colored dye in hide, it's perminate. Soaking in bleach over night may lighten the colors somewhat. Your best beat is re dying the same or darker colors.

Rit liquide dye works good on pork rind. Mix the Rit 1 to 1 with warm water and soak the rind over night in the solution. Dark brown, purple and black will work and good pork rind colors. 

Tom

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Ive got about 10 jars i gotta look for and hope they didnt dry out....thks for the reminder

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7 hours ago, WRB said:

it's perminate.

perminate: when a possibly potent paint particulate partially penetrates perimeter, permeating particular parcel potentionally producing pale palette (possibly pink) per popularly profesed proper procedure (period)

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On ‎7‎/‎28‎/‎2019 at 9:18 PM, Leonard said:

How do I color my old uncle Josh pork chunks white need that color for Buzzbait and spinner bait trailers 

I have a jar of white ones I could trade you for another color.

 

Allen

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2 hours ago, Munkin said:

I have a jar of white ones I could trade you for another color.

 

Allen

Ok u have a pic

What color were you needing 

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It is a jar of 11 white pork frog, I will upload a pic later.

 

Allen

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