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Discussion in 'Cases and modifications' started by Snugglepuffs, Dec 18, 2016.

  1. Snugglepuffs

    Snugglepuffs New Member

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    Has anyone tried to change the colour of the mouse? like plasti dip or something like that
     
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  3. Snugglepuffs

    Snugglepuffs New Member

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    Not easy finding a pink mouse for gaming xD
     
  4. Socras

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    RGB ftw. If you mod it please post your mod for us to see
     
  5. Pyrock

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    If you can take off the individual plastic parts (some mice can do this easily) then it is pretty easy to paint. just make sure to use a good paint
     
  6. Snugglepuffs

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    yeah but won't the paint transfer for the skin with use? I was thinking maybe vinyl or some plastic adhesive thing
     
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    depends on what paint you use. you can use a base coat of whatever you like, and then a clear protective coat on top, which if you do it with the right stuff can protect against normal wear and tear.
     

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