Mayhems Ocean Blue Dye 15ml for use with PC Water Coolants
All the dyes in Mayhems dye range have been tested so they all work with each other and can be mixed to create any colour the user wishes. We have gone though many different dyes to make sure what you get works and works well.
Our dyes can be used with any premixed liquids, Water, Coolant that is not alcohol based.
• Each dye comes in a 15ml Capped squeezable bottle.
• Mayhems Dyes can be mixed (unless otherwise stated).
• The strongest and brightest colours available to date.
• Tested to destruction so the user knows they will not clog a system.
• Will not break down or separate and will not destroy plastics, rubbers, sealants.
• Non-industrial Dyes - So does not contain contaminates
• 1 x 15ml bottle with do upwards of 5 US gallons or upwards 18.9 Ltrs
• Comes in UV active and None UV colours to mix and match.
• All our dyes are none toxic and conform to the highest standards ever seen in the water cooling world.
• Up to 3 years shelf life span. 2 Years once opened and kept in a cool, dry, dark environment.
• Renowned for being the best you can get and will not clog or break down in a water cooling system.
• All our dyes are traceable back to source and we only use the highest quality dyes.
• Made and developed in the UK.
Please note: Mayhems Dye does not contain any biocide. Features • Ocean Blue (Non-UV) Colour
• 15ml Resealable Dropper Bottle
• Brightest Dyes On The Market
• Can Be Mixed With Other Colour Mayhem Dyes
• Add As Much Or As Little As You Require
• Environmentally and Animal Friendly
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 1 days
- Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
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