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Hey there OCN,

Do Mayhem's Dyes, or just dyes in general cause small debris in loops?

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Some Mayhems Dyes cause debris but some are for different lengths of use.
     
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Hey there OCN,
Do Mayhem's Dyes, or just dyes in general cause small debris in loops?

interesting question, but specific enough to be alarming.
Mayhems dye has nothing to leave debris in a loop. Now the Aurora has pearl
essence that can settle out and really isn't made for 24/7 action. if you are finding
"debris" i'd consider it to be a form of plasticizer or foreign matter. the dye is
liquified and liquid absorbed.

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Hey there OCN,
Do Mayhem's Dyes, or just dyes in general cause small debris in loops?

interesting question, but specific enough to be alarming.
Mayhems dye has nothing to leave debris in a loop. Now the Aurora has pearl
essence that can settle out and really isn't made for 24/7 action. if you are finding
"debris" i'd consider it to be a form of plasticizer or foreign matter. the dye is
liquified and liquid absorbed.

airdeano

I thought a member or two reported after extended use of Mayhems Dye (Dont remember which one) that they had to clean out the block due to build up?
     
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interesting question, but specific enough to be alarming.
Mayhems dye has nothing to leave debris in a loop. Now the Aurora has pearl
essence that can settle out and really isn't made for 24/7 action. if you are finding
"debris" i'd consider it to be a form of plasticizer or foreign matter. the dye is
liquified and liquid absorbed.
airdeano

Cheers for the reply Airdeano, I mean in terms of buildups aside from the typical plasticizer crap. Just wanted to know if it contained anything that would cause buildups when paired with an anti-microbial and corrosion inhibitor mixture.

Was planning on using the basic dyes. UV Yellow Green w/ Emerald Blue.
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I thought a member or two reported after extended use of Mayhems Dye (Dont remember which one) that they had to clean out the block due to build up?

But was that due to plasticizer? Or was it from the dye itself specifically?
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interesting question, but specific enough to be alarming.
Mayhems dye has nothing to leave debris in a loop. Now the Aurora has pearl
essence that can settle out and really isn't made for 24/7 action. if you are finding
"debris" i'd consider it to be a form of plasticizer or foreign matter. the dye is
liquified and liquid absorbed.
airdeano

Cheers for the reply Airdeano, I mean in terms of buildups aside from the typical plasticizer crap. Just wanted to know if it contained anything that would cause buildups when paired with an anti-microbial and corrosion inhibitor mixture.

Was planning on using the basic dyes. UV Yellow Green w/ Emerald Blue.
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I thought a member or two reported after extended use of Mayhems Dye (Dont remember which one) that they had to clean out the block due to build up?

But was that due to plasticizer? Or was it from the dye itself specifically?

They had to take apart their CPU block to clean out the blue gunk. So I wouldn't call that plasticizer.
     
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If it dyes plasticizer build-up it'll be blue gunk instead of white-ish gunk. wink.gif
    
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As a note with mayhems don't put biocides or anything else it's already premixed into the dye.
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If it dyes plasticizer build-up it'll be blue gunk instead of white-ish gunk. wink.gif

Hmm well you probably know more on the subject than me so I'll take my leave. Its time for me to get some rest anyway.
     
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As a note with mayhems don't put biocides or anything else it's already premixed into the dye.

What? Including the straight dyes? Like Mayhems UV Yellow Green and Blue dyes?
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If it dyes plasticizer build-up it'll be blue gunk instead of white-ish gunk. wink.gif

Oh dang you beat me to it haha

EDIT: In terms of the Biocide and Inhibitors:
Mayhems Dye is mainly used with Distilled & DI water as a additive for looks only. Be warned Mayhems dyes are ultra strong and only a tiny amount is needed in any system. They do not contain biocide or inhibitors so you will need to use these with this product. A good biocide is Mayhems biocide extreme or Kill coil. There are other alternatives as well.
Edited by s0up2up - 8/23/12 at 3:29am
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