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Old 10-20-2012, 05:51 PM   #1
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Guys was wondering what clubs use for dying the infield of your tracks, I see it a fair bit where the infield is either blue or green e.t.c. Reason im asking is we tryed it last year at out club now the dye we used was red in color worked well but seamed to fade a few hours later.. I have seen a blue used and it lasted for much longer.

So what dye are you using at your local club, As i want to apply it again next year at our bigger meets helps add the atmosphere....
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I assume you want something that looks like this. (random pictures taken from google) Most use astroturf.

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