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Sealing Wood Lures

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BobP    832

I most often use Devcon Two Ton epoxy thinned with some denatured alcohol so that it soaks into the wood. I sometimes use multiple dips of propionate (aka prop) dissolved in acetone.

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Toxicbaits    12

Just wondering what others are using to seal the wood before painting and clear coating?

Rich

minwax wood hardner.. you can brush it on or dip it and let it soak. I do this after I have put in screw eyes then remove and drill ballast holes in bottom. After sealer is dry I then epoxy in my weights and screw eyes. Seems to work great.

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BrownPigs    10

minwax wood hardner.. you can brush it on or dip it and let it soak. I do this after I have put in screw eyes then remove and drill ballast holes in bottom. After sealer is dry I then epoxy in my weights and screw eyes. Seems to work great.

I also use minwax wood hardener. It seems to protect the wood well, hold screw eyes better and you can sand it real fine to get a good smooth paint job.

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