How are traditional candy colors made? They are created by spraying a base color, then tinting a clear coat with a dye and spraying it over top. Since dyes typically degrade in sunlight, several coats of clear on top of the tinted color are necessary.
CARIZZMA Dye bases break out of this traditional pattern. Formulated as part of the Diamont tint base system, CARIZZMA candy colors have the speed of a basecoat for fast drying and taping times. For CARIZZMA Candys, a Diamont ground coat is sprayed, then a CARIZZMA dye base, followed by an R-M clear to finish the look. This system saves time and product (money), while creating a better looking, longer lasting candy finish. CARIZZMA Dyes are also ultra strong—requiring fewer coats to develop the desired color.