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Paint my string!

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by Nxskynet, Jun 6, 2008.

  1. Nxskynet

    Nxskynet Regular Member

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    I have a yonex stencil (i made it myself),i just dont have a stencil ink...anyway my string colour is black..so i went to the store to buy a permanent marker (red colour)..and i paint it and i cant see the colour..it just dont bright enough.Is there a stationary product to colur the logo?
     
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    why dont you just buy stencil ink
     
  3. Nxskynet

    Nxskynet Regular Member

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    i already search it..but i cant find it..!!
     
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    even if u have a decent marker, or stencil ink, red wud be difficult to see on black strings?

    generaly if i do a racket with black string i would use white stencil ink.
    blue is the one i have a hard time deciding what colour to ink. generally i leave blue string cuz i think i looks nicer neway.
     
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    just use white permanent marker...;)
     
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    you might not see it pretty well because red don't go well with black. they both are a darkish color.
     
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    You could try using spray paint if you already have the outline.
     
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    Spray paint is too thick. Imagine playing with a string with a gauge of.. 1.5mm ?!
     
  10. Nxskynet

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    what?white permanent marker?I never see it before!
     
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    They look like this:
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    Ugh.. it basicly squirts white paint everywhere when I use it..
    haha it's similar to stencil ink actually.
     
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    my friend used a sharpie, but i hated playing with him because the shuttle cork get's marked up as well. seriously tho, it's cool and all, but just annoying.
     
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    I know a guy that uses correction fluids...hahaha.
     

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