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  1. I have a lot to learn about chroming lures. But this info should be helpful to many of us. heat transfer foil..pdf
  2. I am trying to find a true chrome finish. For lure painting, some kind of epoxy or other over coat absolutely has to be applied. I have researched Spazstix, but apparently it turns dull under epoxy or any other clear coat. Does anyone have a solution for this? I am looking for a true chrome finish I can use as a base, to which water based paints and epoxy clearcoats can be applied. I am counting on you guys to come up with some real solutions. Please rate the shine on a 1 - 10 scale with both a topcoat and without.
  3. heat transfer foil..pdf I am still new at this process. But I have had some good results. Hopefully this will provide a foundation which we can build on. Please let me know what you think. If you think of something new, please keep me posted .
  4. I have been experimenting with heat transfer foil and epoxy. Pictures are in the gallery. A tutorial has been prepared and I hope to download it soon. Let me know what you think.
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