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lilneel12

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here they are, i have a lot of blue dye in my loop and a good amount of green antifreeze and when my comp is off, the water in the res looks green, but after it has been running for a couple of hours it is a nice blue color(this is jeff moser's wild fire dye). it looks all green in the pics, i don't have a good camera, but here they are, tell me wat you guys think
 

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Raider84

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kinda hard to tell from the pics... but it looks pretty good. Is that res just resting there? You should add some uv dye to your water.
 
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lilneel12

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yea, res is just resting there, i couldn't find a way to mount it anywhere there
 

jenkx

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lilneel12 Are you still saying that the die is not UV reactive? It sure doesn’t look like it is from those pics. Can light get through those hoses? Place some of died water in a small cup or something and place it close to the UV lights and see if it glows.
 
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lilneel12

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it is uv reactive, but you can't tell casue of the camera that i used, in person you can tell it is uv reactive. its not that bright though
 
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lilneel12

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yea, i think i did use too much, i will just redo it at the end of the summer, when i drain and refill my loop