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Posted 10 February 2004 - 07:23 PM
I've got an old Cobb lure, that has lost it's shine. I tried using a polishing ,on my dremel. Well now I have a spot that I burnt through the top coat. Is there any way to bring back the shine? I think I can put a little flex coat, or envirotec on the spot to seal it. Thanks for your advice. Doug
Posted 11 February 2004 - 01:55 PM
I would suggest that you write some of the experts here, specifically Skeeter, Carolina Chip, BlackJack, Hughesy, or Nathan. All of these folks have their own web-sites and would likely be happy to guide you through the process. Unless the biat is very valuable I would probably clean it up as best you can and put a new coat of devcon over the top. If you aren't worried about the paint, clean off everything, including the paint, and the refinish. Be warned however that the outside coat will at times affect the action of the lure. Better yet, leave the lure as it is and reproduce some identical to it from cedar, it's a blast!
Posted 11 February 2004 - 05:59 PM
Thanks Riverman. I might just leave it, and get by. Thanks Doug