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Etex Over D2t

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Hi guys! been really busy over the last few months! But Im back and ready to build some baits.. My first task at hand is to refinish a few baits that some pike tore up last year. My question is will etex adhere to D2T? I used D2T on all my old baits.. Cant find it here locally anymore found Etex and will be using it... Thanks guys!

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Hi guys! been really busy over the last few months! But Im back and ready to build some baits.. My first task at hand is to refinish a few baits that some pike tore up last year. My question is will etex adhere to D2T? I used D2T on all my old baits.. Cant find it here locally anymore found Etex and will be using it... Thanks guys!

I did just that this past weekend. It seems to be okay, yet I have not used the lures yet to be in the position to comment on the durability.

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I do not think you will have a problem. I've used flex coat over d2t many times, just scuff the old clear coat and brush on the new.

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I do not think you will have a problem. I've used flex coat over d2t many times, just scuff the old clear coat and brush on the new.

Thanks I will try it out tonight!

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I use etex over devcon.

Just scuff up the old devocn finish and recoat .

Did a batch of old salt water plugs that I repainted for

a friend last winter , he is hard on plugs.

The finish held up good , a couple Blue Fish worked over pretty bad

I got them to work on now.

wet

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