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Target Coatings Superclear

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Been using this stuff for a couple weeks and love it. Has anyone had problems with that last drip? If I do a bait that doesn't come to a point at the end, that last little drip won't.......drip! This will be a big problem if I start doing more baits without hook hangers on the end like swimbait sections. Any suggestions???? :huh:

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Been using this stuff for a couple weeks and love it. Has anyone had problems with that last drip? If I do a bait that doesn't come to a point at the end, that last little drip won't.......drip! This will be a big problem if I start doing more baits without hook hangers on the end like swimbait sections. Any suggestions???? :huh:

I was dipping but went to brushing . I found it went on easier than dipping as there was no heavy build up and waiting for run off, and only took seconds to brush on. You might get one or two drops at most. Water cleanup doesn't hurt!:twocents:

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I've tried it on a couple of baits that I dipped and just took a paper towel and touched it lightly to the drop and let the paper towel soak it up. Might have to do it a couple times if your coating a large lure. Worked for me.

RG

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Thanks guys. Another question- are you doing anything before clearing it like heat setting or spraying a clear over it? I noticed some wrinkling on one of my lures so I sprayed some Krylon clear on another and it seemed to prevent the wrinkling. Is there a better way with this stuff?

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Thanks guys. Another question- are you doing anything before clearing it like heat setting or spraying a clear over it? I noticed some wrinkling on one of my lures so I sprayed some Krylon clear on another and it seemed to prevent the wrinkling. Is there a better way with this stuff?

I shoot a very light coat of createx clear and that has worked very well for me.

Jacob

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I must have missed something....What is this "Target Coat " you guys are talking about?..Nathan

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Hey Nathan,

Target is the name brand of one of the coatings some of the guys are using as a top coat on their baits. They (Target) make several waterborne coatings for use in the wood finishing business.

RG

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I must have missed something....What is this "Target Coat " you guys are talking about?..Nathan

Target Coatings Waterborne Urethanes. Super Clear 9000 is the one most here are referring to.

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I must have missed something....What is this "Target Coat " you guys are talking about?..Nathan

OMG, he's alive!! :D

Nice to hear from you, Nathan.

Try the SC 9000.

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i'm trying out the SC9000 and with baits that have a hook hanger on the very tip, i just let drips run off that and then cut off the excess after it is cured. on baits that don't have a hanger at the very tip, i just sit there for 5 minutes soaking up the drips that won't drop.

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Hey Mark...Yep,I'm still above ground..:lol::lol:..Thanks for the info. on this top coat :yay:..Nathan

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