Frequently Asked Questions
Why don't you offer a full line of Disc Golf Product?
We are not currently a full blown retailer. Because of time constraints and other projects we are limited to doing limited edition dyed runs that will be sold from an eBay storefront. Check in from time to time and see what we have going on and we hope you find something you like.
Do you do custom dye jobs with my own artwork?
Generally not. I would possibly consider doing simple one color black jobs at quantities of 25 or more. The time involved in setting up the artwork makes it not cost effective for one or two discs. Disc dyeing is more akin to Tattoos or Custom Auto Paint jobs. There are many other qualified disc dyers that may take on your project so I may be able to refer you to someone that may be willing to take on your job. Contact us for more info or help with your project.
Why don't you do sports team logos like the other dyers?
Professional sports logos are copyrighted corporate trademarks that must be officially licensed in order to use on merchandise that is sold in the marketplace. Using such logos and artwork of sports teams, rock bands, cartoon characters, or any copyrighted trademarks is a violation of copyright and trademark law. It's called stealing. We avoid all copyrighted artwork and generally avoid doing art that other dyers are doing. Soccer balls, Yin Yang's are generally clip art and public domain types of designs so there will be some crossover, but disc dyers should adhere to basic copyright laws and etiquette regarding their content.
Can I send you my own disc for you do dye for me?
Yes you may but you must be forewarned that mistakes do happen and slip ups do occur. Unfortunately disc dye is permanent and so occasionally the dye will bleed or drip in a way you don't always expect. We cannot absolutely guarantee that it will be perfect. We can only do the best we can do. There is also the possibility that the disc will be lost in the mail or other shipping service. If you disc is absolutely too precious, then you may consider just keeping it in your bag.