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Brush on, spray on, or dip for a brilliant, long-lasting finish! Dries to a tough, chip-proof finish. Adheres to most metals, wood, and hard plastics. Will withstand scratching and won’t crack or shatter. For best results, color finishes should be applied over 1 or 2 coats of white. 1 fluid oz.
Component Systems Vinyl Lure and Jig Paint Thinner sold separately and can be found through item search at number 381335.
Component Systems Vinyl Lure and Jig Paint
I Work very well
I like to paint my spinnerbaits with different colors. These paints work well, and stay on.
September 10, 2012
I used the paint on my Crappie jigs. The paint dry fast. You may need to add thinner.
June 19, 2012
You can dip or paint with this, but as its starts to set almost immediately, it's hard to brush on an even coat without leaving marks. I dip for solid color, and save brushing for adding dots/stripes or for touch-ups. Keep in mind that the fresh paint will start to dissolve the underlying old, so anything more than a quick dab will quickly end up starting to smear. Also, dipping results in a heavy coat of paint, so quickly putting a dipped object on a drying wheel (that keeps rotating the lure) until the paint is cured is pretty much mandatory if you want an even coat.
May 21, 2011
Understand this first
I have tried dipping, brushing and airbrushing this paint, by far airbrushing works best. Be prepaired to use about as much thinner as paint to mix for airbrushing as this paint is much too thick to airbrush straight out of the bottle. However, when thinned enough to spray, one bottle of white will cover about 200 1/4oz. jigs and a bottle of color will cover about the same amount. I have not had as good luck when brushing (too many brush marks), or dipping (leaves big "globs" of paint when hung up to dry).
I have airbrushed 50 or 100 jigs with white, and by the time I have cleaned the airbrush and switch to another colot the paint has dried and is ready for the color overcoat.
I usually use this paint for airbrushing pony head jigs, I can airbrush them without filling the swivel with paint. You might want to coat with the clear for a gloss finish, but in my opinion the fish can not tell the difference.
May 15, 2011
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