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My Field & Stream Max 4 Jacket is way too bright and I want too know how to darken it so it matches my waders and UA hoodie. I am standing out too much in the field.
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Hang it in the sun and it will fade.
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Mist it with krylon camo paint.
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Roll in the mud
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like said above, mist with spray paint and/ or roll in the mud. heck even splashing some scummy marsh water on it and letting it dry will be fine.
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As mentioned...marsh water will darken that sucker in a jiffy!
This is the reason I don't wash any of my hunting gear during the season...hang it to dry and that's it.
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As mentioned...mud it. Mud it like a layout blind.
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RIT Dye.........use it on all my camo....mudding it make the gore tex fail, plugs the fabric
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The Drake wrote:RIT Dye.........use it on all my camo....mudding it make the gore tex fail, plugs the fabric
I would use a paintbrush on it first with the Rit Dye, let it dry and if that's not dark enough, do it again. If still not dark enough, you may want to soak it like the instructions call for.http://www.ritdye.com/colorit_color_formula_guide
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