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There is a rotten wood repair system with a penetrating sealer that restores the structural integrity of the wood, or at least creates a matrix inside the rotten wood to resupport it. Home Depot sells it, for one. This might be a one step sealer/hardner for lures.

I haven't used it, I've only seen painters use it on jobsites.

There is also a vacuum bag system woodworkers use for veneering that might work, too.

I imagine you could put your sealer jar in the bag with a vent hole in the lid, and the air would be drawn out by the vacuum pump. These systems run off compressed air venturi pumps, so your compressor is all you need.

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