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most of these colors take between 1 to 3 teaspoons in 8 ounces of plastic to make the color right. I always thought it would only take a few drops but not with this stuff. They do produce nice colors with a sufficient amount added to the plastic. If you don't add enough, the color will be very translucent in appearance. I emailed Bear's about this and they told me "All these colorants are translucent, to make them opaque you have to start with white first then add your colorant". I don't know. Some of these colors have more pigment in the bottle than others. Royal Blue had a lot and Watermelon 500 had very little. I still use it and this colorant would be worth trying.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Florida. - 5/12/2016

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