So, I searched on this, but only found a couple topics that are like five years old.
I am refinishing my 24" scale Kent(or at least the top of it). Somebody at some point decided to epoxy an Ozzy logo to it
I wanted to do a stain burst on the top, but nobody local had anything I liked in stock. One guy at lowes suggested trying fabric dye out on it. One trip to the craft store later, I was set to test it out.
I used the green and black liquid dyes. I wanted this dark so I didn't thin them with water(they were more like gel dyes un-thinned). I was going to do a bunch of coats, get it nice and "in there". But after the first coat I took a wet rag to blend the colors together and it took some out as well. I decided I really liked the look, so I am using tru oil over it.
Main point of the post is just informational. I will get some pictures when I get some more coats of tru oil on it and then when it is done. And also let everybody know if it holds up. Bonus, the dyes were like $3 a piece, and I could do several full guitar bodies of each with what I have left(if this one goes well).