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basscatlildave

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About basscatlildave

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  1. It needs to be heated to 350 degrees to (what they call turn over) and it can be shot or poured in the mold. You can add color before or after it's heated. I'm a newbie but I color it after I heat it.
  2. Nice video. I too love the hand tie.
  3. Hello from LA (lower Alabama)
  4. Me also but I wanted to make sure something would not happen if stainless nuts just stayed in the plastisol. Thanks guys.
  5. I know that you can add a small nut to your colors to help them mix up. Since I don't get to play with my plastics enough could I add some in it to help it mix up better when I shake it ?
  6. Great job. I'm also really new at this and my first mold was that Wutz-it. It makes a great bait. Your colors look awesome.
  7. I'm no expert by no means but I do a lot of remelts as I've been saving plastics for years. I always add stabilizer when I remelt.
  8. I'm damn sure new at this but have a few different brands I got on some package deals thru here and there. I like the X2 colorants from Do-It.
  9. This one maybe https://store.do-itmolds.com/Wutz-It-Forktail--5--4-Cavity_p_1245.html
  10. I've only used the tip-top adhesive but I'm sure that Devcon would turn loose with heat. My only worry would be how hot you have to get the Devcon to release.
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