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Vinyl Fishing Lure Paint - Regular Colors

Vinyl Fishing Lure Paint - Regular Colors
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Vinyl Lure & Jig Paint is an extremely hard, fast drying finish used by many lure manufacturers. It may be applied by dipping, brushing, or spraying. Stir paint well before using. Do not smoke or use around sparks or open flame. Use with adequate ventilation.

Directions: Coat Jig Heads with White Base Coat which does the bonding to the metal. Apply paint to obtain desired finish. White finish may require 2 coats. Most colors only require 1 coat. Each coat will dry to the touch in about 10 minutes and may be re-coated. To speed drying, hang jigs in a heated area with temperatures not to exceed 130 degrees. Keep air moving with a fan and exhaust escaping solvent fumes.

Fluorescent colors dry flat so for that “Quality” look, use Clear Gloss for the final coat. Always use a white Base Coat under Fluorescent Colors.

Note: White Base Coat and White Paint are the same.

Please note the following colors are not stocked in the "Pint Can"
and will add an additional 7 - 10 days if ordered.
Colors: 015, 017, 020, 021, 023, 026, 027, 028, 029, 032, 033, 034, 037 & 077

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by William
on 7/8/2014
Great paint for jigs
The vinyl paint will stay on the jigs better than any other paint that I have used. I always paint with a white base coat. It makes the top coat go on a lot smoother and saves on paint. I always put 2 top coats of the clear coat and the paint will stay on forever. The paint can be thinned with the paint thinner and it goes on better and saves your paint. You can't go wrong buying this paint.
by Frank
on 10/22/2013
Epoxy vs vinyl
Started using the epoxy lure paint and although it was an easy and fast way to paint my lures I found out that the epoxy paint chipped off my jig heads quicker when fishing in rocks than the vinyl paint I now use. The vinyl paint stays on forever it seems. The vinyl paint takes longer to apply. A base coat than 2 coats of the primary color. I use the dipping application, I use a small paint brush to clean out the eyes of the hooks. After dipping I hang my jigs by the hooks for drying. They look good when they are done.
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