re-string it with hard mesh.
You cannot make soft mesh into hard mesh. They are two different kinds of mesh that must be purchased separately
it will stiffen up - if you have soft mesh it will turn it to a colored hard mesh
Monster Mesh and Hard Mesh. Do not use soft mesh cause it can rip easily.
What I usually do is get a lacrosse ball and wherever i want to make a pocket or the mesh to be soft i just hold the lacrosse ball in my hand and hit there with the ball. or there is a trick called the ball and knife. first you put the ball in the spot where you want the mesh to be soft or to make a pocket and get a metal knife and put the knife over the ball through one of the holes in the head and out the other and the ball and the knife there for a day or so. make sure the knife is pushing the ball down. hopefully this helps
One thing you shouldn't do if you like a soft mesh, DON'T WET IT!!!!!!
The simplest way to make soft mesh into hard mesh is by wraping it in a towel and soaking it in water for 3-6 hours depending on how hard you want your mesh?
I wouldn't recommend it. I can work if you've got a really soft mesh but you should probably stick to RIT dye.
hard mesh soft mesh micro mini mesh 8 diamond 7 diamond 6 diamond 5 diamond Canadian mesh traditional mesh fresh mesh dura mesh sweet mesh (very very hard to find not sold online or really in stores yet)
First you will have to have a shaft whether it be a titanium, kryptic aluminum or fiber glass interior. Then you will need a head that is meshed with a type of mesh you want. There is soft mesh hard mesh and monster mesh, all having different benefits than you will either have a hole to screw a screw into or have to make your own. -tj Played lacrosse for 14 years been on every A team and team Alberta
i would say 10 diamond mesh... just the regular. But when it comes to hard, soft, or semi-hard mesh it all depends on what you like and your skill level. Soft mesh is usually used for better cradling because it moves with the ball, and hard mesh is usually used for quick and fast release. hope this helped :)
The easiest way would be to get three different colors , make sure that you have a light, medium and darker color. Dye the mesh all in the lightest color, then allow to dry, unless you want some bleeding between colors and fin a way the suspend the mesh over the dye to make another line in the mesh when its put on the middle colored dye. Repeat for darkest color, dyeing the rest.