Hello all, Well... as I sit in front of my computer and type this, I have an overwhelming sense of [FAIL] rippling through my psyche. Today, I tried my hand at dying for the first time, and it was a monumental failure. It's not that the parts did not take the color, but a lot of them warped. I know it's my first time, and one should try and try again, but it was an expensive lesson. So here I sat, looking for some other method to dye, besides the traditional hot water method. I stumbled upon someone looking to "relic" some misc. item. Well the mentioned denatured alcohol as the vehicle to convey the dye into the plastic. What's even more interesting to me is that it was done at room temperature. Which is right up my alley. I don't need any more stinking, warped pieced!! So has anyone used Denatured Alcohol as the vehicle for dye? If so, what were your results? Any tips? How about another type of vehicle? Any prep work necessary? Oh yeah, and for the record, if anyone does try the hot water method, make sure any and all springs are removed. DOH!!