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  1. The way I do this is add color to cold plastic, count the drops you add. heat plastic until it turns over. Add more color if needed. Add flake and stir make sure the temperature is what you want and pour. Heating flake can make a real mess of your color.
  2. Following this. Have the some mold and tried finding black hooks for it and all I found cost 2x or more then the 635's
  3. For some reason learning to whip finish with the tool was the hardest thing for me to learn. Can't do it by hand yet .
  4. Consignment is a slow death. Hear that somewhere before.
  5. I always put it in last after the plastic is ready to go.
  6. That's the whole thing about making your own jigs, is using what hook you want in the weight you want in the color you want.
  7. The paint does seem thicker. I still use the red and yellow. Not bad and the price is real good. You will have to stir more then the other paints. I use the white all the time. The matte black I only use if someone ask for that color.
  8. Thank you smalljaw have used the 32746 and like it. Time to buy some VMC hooks.
  9. Anybody tried those hook ? Was wondering how strong these are.
  10. Tell you what, I don't like Lureworks plastic and you can see why. But their colors and powders are some of the best out there. IMO
  11. I hate bubbles! Find a plastic that you don't have to babysit or work around it's flaws.
  12. I use the Mustad 32796NP-BN . IMO is a way better hook then the Trokar and it costs less.
  13. nope just something I found on-line
  14. try this http://www.moderndisplay.com/online-shopping/glitter-fire-red-125-hex/
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