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Fly Head Cement

   

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This high-quality fly head cement is a traditional lacquer base formula that quickly dries to a hard shiny finish. This age-old method of coating the head of a fly is done to protect the thread wraps so they don’t come undone, and to make a glassy coating on the fly head so you can paint over the eyes.

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needs brush This head cement works, but my only complaint is that here is no applicator of any kind. A toothpick works fine though. January 8, 2011
Works Great Works Great!! You should buy it! I love tying flies! I hope to sell them soon. March 12, 2014
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I'm new to fly tying so any input would be awesome!
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This is not a CA glue. It is thin, and requires air time to dry, as it is solvent based. It is still a decent glue.
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This high-quality fly head cement is a traditional lacquer base formula that quickly dries to a hard shiny finish. This age-old method of coating the head of a fly is done to protect the thread wraps so they don’t come undone, and to make a glassy coating on the fly head so you can paint over the eyes.
This would not be true of Lock-Tite or the krazy glues.
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