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Loon Outdoors Hard Head Fly Finish

   

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Fishing with a conscience.

Loon Outdoors™' Hard Head™ fly finish is a fast-drying, water-based, polyurethane formula for building colorful, glossy heads and bodies on your favorite fresh or saltwater fly patterns. This low-odor compound replaces messy epoxies in many applications, and it’s ready to go right from the bottle. Includes applicator brush.

Loon Outdoors™ Hard Head™ Fly Finish 3.5 5 2 2
Not that great Gloss Coat work better. Hard Head is ok for sealing thead on a fly head but will not coat well on a fly spoon. Hard Head tends to bead up/ not flow well on the slick surface of epoxy. Also, the brush is too large for small areas. I like Gloss Coat much better because it has a better build up and pin point accuracy. January 22, 2011
Great product! Dries hard and leaves a professional looking result. Works great for Deceiver heads! May 2, 2006
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Yes but not as good as an epoxy.
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