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Posted 12 January 2008 - 09:21 PM

I've been gathering info from you guys (thanks very much by the way) for a few months now and have been designing/testing a proto type,as I hope to be approaching the painting process soon...I have read that Propionate may be the best product to seal the urethane baits with...is there another product that would work as well?

If so a link would be appreciated...If not,a link to a propionate source would be appreciated as well.

Once again...Thanks guys,and soon...maybe I'll have a few tid-bits to offer as well.

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Posted 12 January 2008 - 09:43 PM

Terry, I was using Alumilite, and it doesn't need to be anything but primed, not sure about what you're using, never tried it.

If you want to go the prop route, get in touch with Swede, he's the prop-pimp.

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Posted 13 January 2008 - 10:54 AM

I dont think you would need to seal urethaneplugs just prime &paint&coat
But if you dip few times you´ll get a smooth base to paint on & if you use laquerpaints it will etch itself to the propionate
And if you need some just send me a pm