Double up dip dye container


It’s a great idea to have your dip dye jar in a secondary container. Inevitably, if you dip enough baits in dye, you’re going to either drip or spill some on your carpet or some other surface where you do not want it. Storing your dye in a slightly larger container will allow you to pull the bait out of the dye and let it drip dry for a few seconds without having to worry about each drop falling into a hole the size of a quarter. Trust me, you’ll sleep a little easier if you add another layer of protection between your dye and the rest of your world, even if it’s not an old melatonin jar. Sorry, couldn’t resist.