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  1. I would worry about the colors bleeding even if it clearly stated "non-bleed." I'd probably separate them anyway, so why buy a mixed bag?
  2. Seems everything I've learned in life is from mistakes!
  3. I was a garage guy myself, but felt I had a bit of a scientific mind as well. No way I could keep up with the knowledge of many of these guys today, though. It's unbelievable!
  4. alsworms

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    I think white or pearl white is a must as well as red, but if you're anything like me, you'll end up buying every color anyway.
  5. Without slamming any companies, yes there is a HUGE difference in brands. Most companies will send you a sample to try. Best thing to do is find which one works best for YOU.
  6. That's all I ever used and loved it!
  7. I always had a gallon or 2 of chartreuse set aside with some extra heat stabilizer in it and that stuff lasted forever, but as mentioned, mixing the hell out of it is important before the transfer.
  8. My son just read this and said, "Hey dad tell the members to send me all their lures to try out."
  9. Congrats to all. Wow.....some SERIOUS talent!!
  10. Now that I think about it, I probably could have kept a fan on the mixing station instead of the pouring station. How creative of me. DOH!!
  11. Tip of the cap to any of you guys who could pour with a fan blowing on you. Never failed that fan would hit my stream of plastic and I would pour all over the molds. I never figured out a good way to do it, so I just gave up and dealt with the sweat.
  12. His store is closed and has been for quite some time.
  13. Hardeners and softeners. There really are no rules, brother. Make them the way YOU want them made. That's what it's really all about, and as Mark mentioned, jot it down when you reach your goal. Wish I had a dollar for every time I didn't.
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