OK, I've scored an unbutchered parcel tray for the 405.
It's faded to a pale grey, in quite obvious a manner. Does anyone know from experience or observation, whether fade resistant wood dyes can work on this type of polyester?
The dye's solvent contains methanol and acetone, but I know nothing about the filaments (other than they are probably drawn from coloured plastic feedstock). Wondering how much - if any - "bite" the dye will have.
I'm not really wanting to use a $20 spraycan; I have bulk materials of a high quality and it would be smart to use them if they will work.