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bigblue2

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    fishing lures, fishing, drawing, carpenter

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  1. I recently am trying out uv cured resin for clear coating it is taking a long time to cure under a 10 watt uv lamp anyone know why it is taking so long I have heard it is suppose to take a matter of minutes but it is taking hours what am I doing wrong?
  2. why not try krylon in the can it might surprise you on how good it works!
  3. I just started to use my 8-place drying wheel that I made with a small 12rpm motor I am using a 5-hour to 12 hour epoxy just waiting to dry hope it all works out!
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    what kind of lure is this got any more camera angles?
  5. thanks for all the info my lures have been drying for 12 hours just a little tacky should be cured in 24 hours again thanks for all your inputs!
  6. this is for my old resin mix just to get it to work until I get my uv activated resin!
  7. hey bob thanks for answer to my question I am waiting 5 hours for tacky 24 cured hope my new stuff works!
  8. i just purchased 2- 75 watt uv black lights and a bottle of uv resin should this work for clear coating lure blanks?
  9. i just coated some lure blanks with a 2-part epoxy brand new bottle! how do you speed up curing time I mixed it 1:1 ratio?
  10. I mixed up my last of old epoxy I had left and applied to sticky lures let dry for a few more hours and no more sticky coats thanks bobp!
  11. the lures are still sticky after 12 hours drying time maybe I will have to add more hardner next time
  12. I just purchased some 2-part epoxy and mixed it 1to1 ratio how long will it take to dry and cure to touch?
  13. why don't you try dipping in polyurethane coating!
  14. hey I use very small eye hooks with a pin going thru them to make a hinged lure!
  15. thanks j it looks pretty straight forward to understand cutting on band saw thanks for your info!
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