Choose the colors you would like to use. In general, a thick gel food color works better than the liquid kind. The more you use, the deeper the color.
Place 1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon of each desired color in 6 separate bowls.
Add 1 tablespoon of white vinegar to each bowl. Whisk or stir to try and dissolve as much food coloring as possible in the vinegar.
Add 1 cup hot water to each bowl. Either boil water on the stove or microwave 6 cups for 5 minutes in a microwave safe measuring cup. Be careful removing it and use an oven glove, it will be hot!
Stir or whisk again to remove clumps.
Place one or two eggs in each bowl, turning with a spoon to evenly dye each egg. The longer they sit, the more intense the color.
Remove using a spoon or tongs. If you really want the whole coloring experience, you can use a piece of metal from a hanger and fashion it into the little dipper contraption that comes with the dying kits.
Dyed eggs can dry on a paper towel lined plate or baking sheet, a cooling rack (like for cookies) or if you used the Instant Pot, the trivet that comes with it.
Allow eggs to dry fully before handling.
If you've tried this technique, come back and let us know how it went!