Our most popular liquid colors are now available in pint containers. Buy in bulk and save!
Liquid color can be used with any liquid plastic to add color and vibrance. Liquid color can be added at any time during the melting process. Using more liquid color will produce a darker bait, while using less color will produce a lighter bait. We recommend starting with 15 to 20 drops of color per cup of plastic and adding additional color until the desired shade is achieved.
Liquid colors labeled as "Standard" are made with dye. These colors tend to be transparent, though they will become more opaque as more color is used. Because they are made with dye, standard liquid colors will bleed, meaning the color may, over time, seep onto other nearby colors and materials. For example, a standard red coloring used on the tail of a white worm will eventually "bleed" onto the white portion of the worm, turning it pink.
Liquid colors labeled "Non Bleed" are made with pigment and will not bleed. Because they are made with pigment, non bleed colors tend to be opaque, though many non bleed colors will remain somewhat transparent, especially if less color is used.
Please Note: Some liquid colors are heat activated and will appear different after heating. Liquid color is used for coloring liquid plastic. It will not work on finished soft baits. Worm dyes for finished baits can be found here.
*SHIPPING NOTE - USPS postal regulations do not permit this item to be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii or Internationally.