How to Dye Your Roller Skate Wheels
Looking to change up the look of your roller skates? Once you've added a removable fur lining you should consider dying your wheels.
Dying your wheels does more than add a change of color, it can also freshen up broken-in wheels making them look newer. It can take a little bit of time dying your skate wheels when factoring in clean up and prep time but the actual dye process happens rather quickly.
We recommend using Rit DyeMore Synthetic Fiber Dye as this seems to grip the wheel material best for a rich color. This is a permanent process and any messes may stain appliances or surfaces in your kitchen so be mindful while preparing your workspace for this project. I’m using a dedicated pot reserved only for dying that won’t be eaten out of.
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