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Adding Meyhems dye to Distilled water with Dead water (equivalent to pt-nuke)

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I am wondering if I have a loop using Primochill advanced lrt with the XSPC raystorm rs240 kit. It will be using distilled water and dead water. I am wondering if I add mayhem's dye to the loop what are the affects. Will it cloud or color the tubes? Thanks for your help in advance.

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Hello,
after awhile no matter what tubing you use a cooling system with a die in it will make things change color ,

-ROG
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Hello,
after awhile no matter what tubing you use a cooling system with a die in it will make things change color ,

-ROG


Do I add the color before I put the liquid in the loop?

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The best way to add the color is ,

1- get a big bowel (clear)
2- pour all the bottles in the bowel
3- add the dye and keep adding a few drops at a time to see what it looks like!
4- get a funnel and add it into the res!

are you can just put the dye in each bottle and shake it , I like to recommend people to do it this way so its mixed good!

-ROG
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The best way to add the color is ,

1- get a big bowel (clear)
2- pour all the bottles in the bowel
3- add the dye and keep adding a few drops at a time to see what it looks like!
4- get a funnel and add it into the res!

are you can just put the dye in each bottle and shake it , I like to recommend people to do it this way so its mixed good!

-ROG


Wait so that does not do anything to the tubing??

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Quote:
Originally Posted by REPUBLICOFGAMER View Post

The best way to add the color is ,

1- get a big bowel (clear)
2- pour all the bottles in the bowel
3- add the dye and keep adding a few drops at a time to see what it looks like!
4- get a funnel and add it into the res!

are you can just put the dye in each bottle and shake it , I like to recommend people to do it this way so its mixed good!

-ROG

Use a clear bowel? lol

Other then a funny typo, this is a good idea. Also, your tubing will more then likely cloud after time.
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lololololol xD whoops
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