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i did't buy the pvc cleaner/primer as a bit low on funds. i bought a bottle of nail polish remover in stead. i have some isopropyl alcohol. does that work as well?
i do wooden ones mostly. so i guess i will get a few different solvents and do some experiments. if i do a plastic coat on the bare wood it will save me some time, as i put a few coats of envirotex (which takes hours to dry. then after sanding between and one final sanding before a few coats of white primer more hours ) i also want to try the clear coat after i paint the wooden lures. envirotex does leave a nice hard finish but takes 6 to 8 hours to set and 3 days to cure completely. i use up to 5 coats of enviro tex to coat each lure. thank you for the quick reply.
i am just starting to make wooden lures. excellent job. the thing i do is put the eyes in after painting, so you don't have to cover it out when you paint. as soon as i figure out how to add my pictures i will show you some of mine.
here are a few of my first ones i made.
how do i get a white plastic coat for my homemade fishing lures? it would be alot cheaper than what i am using now. does it go on smooth? thank you
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