So here recently, as a PS4 player, I've been wanting a green Dualshock 4 controller. As green is my favorite color. But both Sony and third-party manufacturers don't offer what I'm looking for. With the closest being a clear green affair. While there are customisers out there, they only offer paint or sticker decal options, which I'm put off by. Since I feel such options take away certain details to the plastic as a whole. That's when I remember this community's discussions on plastic dyeing and thought this might be a better alternative than using paint or sticker decals. So I think my question is can this be done on a Dualshock 4 or any gaming peripheral for that matter? Would acetone be necessary for such a project? Right now, I currently have my eyes set on using the "Glacier White" variant as a base and going from there. The only thing is that while the top half is indeed white, the bottom half is of a light grey color. So I might consider just doing the top half and getting a black bottom half to reflect the the Magma Red and Aqua Blue variants. Plus, the sections around the button layouts are of a smooth texture, while the rest is a mat texture. And yes, I'm fully aware of the LED lens on the bottom half.