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Using Powder Water

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When using powder water 1. I airbrush a base coat (white, blue , green whatever) should I let it dry 24 hours before baking? And 2. Do I have to bake it before putting on another color over the base coat? If th

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When using powder water 1. I airbrush a base coat (white, blue , green whatever) should I let it dry 24 hours before baking? And 2. Do I have to bake it before putting on another color over the base coat? If th

I do NOT know of the item you speak of BUT I do understand some, SOME paint works better if you do the second coat within a time period or after a curing period..

If you do second coat shortly after first them the look can be more custom compared to a cured first coat because the two coats can meld..

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I think you are talking about powder coating lead heads, and you should probably post this question on the wire baits forum.

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Here's a link to the thread about powder water that took place

http://www.tackleunderground.com/community/topic/16067-powder-water/page__p__121854__hl__fatman__fromsearch__1#entry121854

Now if you don't find what you're looking for in the above thread you can contact Brian Talley at Columbia and he can get you an answer. He was really helpful and quick with answers by email.

Brian Talley

Columbia Coatings

www.columbiacoatings.com

931-388-7730

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