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  1. I just came across this product and it seems promising for achieving that mirror finish. It is called Stretch Chrome. I have used the transfer foils, chrome paints, and aluminum foil tape (my personal favorite) and they have all lacked that mirror-like reflective quality that we are all after. If this product works as advertised, it could replace the foil tape method. I was thinking about Wrapping the lure in this, following with a coat of D2T, Then painting and finishing with another coat of D2T. If anyone decides to pull the trigger and spend the $40.00 for a 12" x 60" roll, please post your results using this product. That amount should be enough to do about 120 2" long crankbaits at about $0.33 per lure. I plan on buying a roll in the future, but I have a better use for my $ at the moment. I just thought that I would share this for anyone interested and willing to give it a go. http://alsacorp.com/strechchrome/index.html Here is one pic from the website
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