Thread Tools
Old Nov 30, 2001, 06:30 PM
Brucejay34 is offline
Find More Posts by Brucejay34
Registered User

canopy tinting


hi,
whats the easiest way to tint a canopy?..I like the tint on the ky T33's...or maybe a Blue....any idea's?

Another thing......It's getting pretty close to christmas now and none of you hsa asked what I may be wanting or need.
Am I to think youre all going to buy only for yourselves..shame shame.......to make yourselves feel better(least I think this will)..i'll be needing a hacker and controller soon.one that'll pump up a 730 fan.... anything with brushes i'll traet as coal in my stocking.....i'll use it for eyes on a fatty snowman....

Happy Holiday's to all of you. May the little round man get stuck in your chimnies....and unload it all to escape ........dont drink and drive or fly......I'm out there alot......bye bye
Sign up now
to remove ads between posts
Old Nov 30, 2001, 10:13 PM
Larry Dudeck is offline
Find More Posts by Larry Dudeck
Registered User
Larry Dudeck's Avatar
I have used RIT dye for tinting a canopy. It's found in the laundry supply section of your local supermarket, used for dyeing clothes.

Get either black, navy blue.

Won't work on all plastics, though.
Old Nov 30, 2001, 11:04 PM
mtflyr is offline
Find More Posts by mtflyr
Registered User

Canopy Tinting


Try MARKette all purpose markers made by Eberhard Faber,Inc.USA. The blue and green work well a lighter blue than the Sanford Sharpie permanent marker. You can get it off though if you need to. Test it....
Good luck
Pete


Thread Tools

Similar Threads
Category Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Canopy Tinting 4*40 bill carlson Sport Planes 4 Jan 19, 2003 04:39 PM
Miniflash canopy tinting success/mess ronrandle Parkflyers 3 Nov 12, 2002 01:46 PM
miserable canopy tinting failure Parkflyer Parkflyers 13 Nov 11, 2002 11:58 PM