Predator dreads Latex

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Lemming

New Member
I'm trying some natural latex, but it's waaaaaay too late to have it ready by Halloween. >_< Needs too long to cure. Also I wasn't able to make it black by mixing paint with in, so I'd have to paint it afterwards.

Back to the Plastidip for me... this time.
 

Barnowl

New Member
I'm trying some natural latex, but it's waaaaaay too late to have it ready by Halloween. >_< Needs too long to cure. Also I wasn't able to make it black by mixing paint with in, so I'd have to paint it afterwards.

Back to the Plastidip for me... this time.
Had the same issue. However, don’t try black latex liquid ( as I did) it doesn’t work. Paint > latex > paint.
 

Shoguno

Sr Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
Clear is the way... I have bought latex dreads from Colorado and the guy I think he mix it with black paint. Clear accept most of the colors for mixing it with. I think i am not sure....
 

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