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muskietom51

Sc-9000

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I've been reading about you guys using sc-9000. Am I correct that its used for a top coat,how hard is it if thats what your using it for. Do you dip it or can It be shot through a air brush? And where do I get it, I've tried searching but cant find the name brand. Thanks guys

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I've been reading about you guys using sc-9000. Am I correct that its used for a top coat,how hard is it if thats what your using it for. Do you dip it or can It be shot through a air brush? And where do I get it, I've tried searching but cant find the name brand. Thanks guys

muskietom51,

I would not recommend it for a muskie bait topcoat, or for any other toothy critter, unless you're using a hard material for your lures, like hard resin, plastic, or PVC.

It is basically a thin water borne urethane, like what is used to coat floors.

You can dip it, brush it, or spray it.

For my sectional swimbaits, I dip each section three times.

For plastic cranks, one dip is plenty.

I get mine from Target Coatings. Try googling it.

Their online store is called FinishingZone.com, I think.

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