Hydro Dipping – Easy as 1, 2, 3!


Using the hydo prep scuff pad and a liquid detergent clean part thoroughly.


Simply apply hydrographic formulated aerosol primer and base coat.

3. DIP!

Lay hydrographic film on the top of hot water, activate, and dip.

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What is My Dip Kit?

The original and Patented Hydrographic Dipping Kit.
An at home, do it yourself version of the commercial process known as water transfer printing. This hydro-dip kit was designed for the consumer who wanted to experience Hydrographic printing with a minimal investment. The hydro-dip kit was four years in the making by a company with over twenty years in the industry. The hydro-dip kit was consumer tested for ease of application and Patented. There is no question our hydro-dip kit is designed for the enjoyment and understanding of the hydrographic industry brought to you by My Dip Kit.

MyDipKit was designed for the everyday, do it yourself Hydro Dipping enthusiast. The kit contains the basic supplies needed for processing parts at home.

The kit includes:

  • Hydrographic Activator
  • Hydrographic Top Coat
  • Hydrographic Base Coat
  • Hydrographic Primer
  • Pattern of your choice
  • Respirator Mask
  • Gloves & Protective Sleeves
  • Scuff Pad
  • Instructions

What is Hydrographics?

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 or Hydro Dipping 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, ATV, and Automotive manufacturers use to print camo or wood grain patterns on their parts and interior pieces.

Carbon Fiber Door Panel

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
  • Boat Trim Pieces
  • Game Controllers
  • Game Accessories
  • Computer Covers

Carbon Fiber
Wood Grain Center Console