MyDipKit Info

America's First In Home Camouflage Dipping System!


 MyDipKit is a do it yourself version of the commercial process known as water transfer imaging. This allows you to process parts on a small scale in your home. The MyDipKit contains the printed film, chemicals, paints, and other basic supplies needed for processing parts at home. You will need to provide a container for dipping parts in. You will also need to supply warm water, and the item to be decorated. With this kit you will be able to camo dip your own items!

This is the same process that gun and ATV manufacturers use to print camo patterns on their guns and ATVs. In addition this is the same process automotive manufacturers use to print wood grain patterns on plastic interior pieces. This process can be done on any hard surface part that can be safely submerged under water!
The basic steps are:

1. Clean and prep the part

2. Apply primer paint

3. Apply base coat paint 

4. Dip the part

5. Apply clear top coat 

What is Water Transfer Printing?


Water transfer printing, also called hydrographics or camo dipping, is the process that transfers an image or pattern to a 3D surface. Traditional printing methods cannot fully print on 3D objects, especially if there is hard to reach areas, or if the object is odd shaped. The water transfer printing process eliminates these issues by submerging the item into water, covering the whole surface.

The hydrographics process can be done on any material that can hold the base coat and that can be submerged into water safely. Some materials that the process works on include metals, wood, plastic, stone, Bakelite, ceramic, etc. 

MyDipKit Uses

This is the same process that gun and ATV manufacturers use to print camouflage patterns on their guns and ATVs. In addition this is the same process that automotive manufacturers use to print wood grain patterns on plastic interior pieces. This process can be done on any part that can be safely submerged under water. Some of the most common uses of dip kits include: 
 Guns, Paintball, Archery Bows 
 Automotive Dashes and Other Parts 
 Game Controllers and Accessories 
 Computer Covers and Cases

The Only Real Water Transfer Printing Kit on the Market 

MyDipKit is the original professional grade do it yourself water transfer printing kit formulated by the leading North American distributor for the commercial industry of water transfer printing. The materials in these kits were designed specifically for the professional hydro-dipping process by individuals with extensive experience. For your convenience MyDipKit has combined the same professional grade materials in an at home do it yourself kit. 
MyDipKit Paint  is a pre mixed and filled into aerosol containers for your convenience. No need for messy paint canisters that spill and break. And because the paint is pre-mixed it allows for a shelf life of years - not a narrow 30 minute window before the paint is unusable. No need to go through the messy and smelly process of cleaning a paint gun by hand with lacquer thinner with every step. MyDipkit was designed to make camo dipping your items problem free. 
MyDipKit uses high grade urethane coating in our aerosols, not water base coatings. 
MyDipKit Clear Coats MyDipKit clear coats are designed for the most durable results possible using a single stage clear. It has superior life-long performance to multi-stage clears. MyDipKit spent over a year in research to provide a high quality clear coat with a hardening agent that cures over time - this means your dipped product will be resistant to the elements to fading and chipping for years to come. 
MyDipKit Activator MyDipKit activator is formulated specifically for MyDipKit films by the leading experts in the industry. 
MyDipKit Patterns  film selection for the DIY consumer is second to none. Choose from 100 patterns - many of which  are exclusive to MyDipKit. Current categories include hunting camo, military camo, straight wood grain, burl wood grain, carbon fiber, metals, marble/stone, animal prints, skulls, and illusions. Royalty prints are also available. 
MyDipKit Instructions MyDipKit comes with detailed instructions that walk you through the process of hydrographic camo dipping step by step. If you want to see the process step by step, MyDipKit comes with several videos to help your through the process. Visit the video tutorial website at:
MyDipKit Ongoing Support Nothing is more important to us than your satisfaction. MyDipKit support speaks for itself. Check out the individual training videos website at You will find answers to specific questions presented in a professional manner. 
We are committed to your success. When needed we provide direct feedback to our customers so that you will have the best experience using the MyDipKit product. So trust that when you order MyDipKit you are getting the best of what the market has to offer, not an imposter. 

What is Included in MyDipKit     

Each includes all the necessary materials needed for water transfer processing. Each kit includes water transfer film, base coat color aerosol can paint, aerosol can primer paint, aerosol can satin clear coat, aerosol can film activator, dust mask, and gloves. 

What you will need to provide:

1. Dipping Container: The vessel or container needed for processing. Click Here for correct dipping container tips. 
2. Heated water: You will need to fill your dipping container with heated water. Turn on your sink and allow the water to run until the water is running as hot as it normally does, then fill your container. 
3. Eye protection 

Tips for Picking The Right Hydrographics Dipping Container

The container can be made of any desired material such as plastic, glass or metal. A square or rectangular container is the most desired configuration.The container should be of a size that when you lay your desired part to be processed in the center of the container, you should have two to three inches of space between the sides of the container. Also, the container should be deep enough that when you process your part it will be totally submersed below the water line. Your container can never be too deep, but it can be too shallow.