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is this a good clearcoat?

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i have about 2/3 of a pint of this stuff, i have used it on some other stuff and i was wondering if a few coats of this would make a good clear coat on lures? if so, how many coats? i hope this makes a good clear coat because i plan on doing many baits pretty soon and since i have alot of this it would all work out!

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I would put 3 or 4 coats on a bait to give as protection as possible. Try on a test piece of wood to make sure it doen't have a bad reaction to your paint.

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The product I use is made by Rust-Oleum. It is a "Spar Urethane" used in the marine industry. I'm with predator, I don't know if it will hold to scratches. You never know untill you try. I just noticed a drop on the bottom of the can, does it dry that amber color? If so that is the color it will dry on your lure.

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wouldn't use it on musky baits, The thane at the end links it wit polyurethane and that does not always harden as well as epoxy.

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