Reason for my post is, has anyone noticed how fast Envirotex drys in sunlight. Normal time for drying is around 5-8 hours depending on temp. But you put your drying wheel in the sun on a hot day and within 2-3 hours the lures are dry enough to touch.
With this in mind I am going to set up a UV light in my drying box and see what effect it has on the drying time.
I already have a heater inside connected to a thermostat, but I am thinking the UV effect will vastly improve the drying time?
Will keep you posted on what happens.
Edited by woodworker, 10 September 2010 - 07:56 PM.