You can't dye it, unfortunately. If you had a white plastic head, then sure.
Paint it with enamel spray paint, ya big ol' dummy!He said can you "dye it" not "can you paint it!"NO. You can't dye it.
No if its black its black :(
it's still plastic, the chrome is just a paint job. You will not find a lacrosse head that is not plastic. DOn't be tricked into spending extra money for a paint job.
The easiest and best way to do it is to pick up so rit dye which you can get at most grocery stores or arts and craft stores. You'll need a pot big enough to submerge the head completely or you can use a disposable aluminum tray like you'd use for turkeys. Follow the directions on the bottle but they're basically mix the dye with boiling water. Submerge the head in the dye until your desired color. Remember to dye lighter to darker. For fun designs try using stickers or tape or for a splatter effect a glue gun can also be used.
Yes, a lacrosse head can be put into hot water to soften the netting. Just be sure that the water is not boiling as it could either melt or weaken the plastic structure of the head. However, the best way to loosen the netting on a lacrosse head is to break it in by using it.
The shaft in lacrosse is the stick part. The butt is the rubber stopper on the end of the stick. The head is the plastic part which has the pocket. The shaft is the part of the stick where you hold it.
yeah that looks sick
No, But Typically most players will not dye a head with mesh still on it for two reasons. 1. Wear and tear on your stick will cause that mesh to fade so for example if you dyed it black over time the mesh will turn gray or a light black. 2. Some times if the sting/mesh is to tight with the head you will not get a correct die and some parts of your head will be the original color and others will be the color you dyed it. So the answer to your question no it will not mess it up but i would suggest that you buy colored mesh and dye the head separately to avoid these problems.