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Dt2 Oops!

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Hello everyone! ;) I would like to start out by saying thank you to all of you for the awesome help and tips on here. My question is I started top coating a few of my lures today and the first couple I was unsure how much time I really had for the dt2 and I rushed and missed a few little spots! Can I apply a coat over the missed spots or just recoat the entire bait?

I also made my lure rotater today out of an old windshield wiper motor mounted on a tripod. It works really well and the wiper motor was free and I had the tripod and never used it so it was an inexpensive project to say the least! Thanks again guys! :)

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I had the same problem the first coat I tried. I did some light sanding and then re-coated, which worked great. The exception was one small spot where I accidentally took some paint off. I didn't worry too much about it, it still swims.

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Hello everyone! ;) I would like to start out by saying thank you to all of you for the awesome help and tips on here. My question is I started top coating a few of my lures today and the first couple I was unsure how much time I really had for the dt2 and I rushed and missed a few little spots! Can I apply a coat over the missed spots or just recoat the entire bait?

I've sometimes been able to lay a perfect little pool of D2T into a missed spot. If you take your time and the spot is small, it's feasible. If you think it's not gonna work, better to re-coat the whole lure. The epoxy will tend to fill the hole and level out smoothly over the bait. After a few of these episodes, you develop a methodical routine to avoid any missed spots while coating the lure quickly. The time pressure is one reason I often thin my epoxy by mixing a few drops of denatured alcohol into the mix. It will increase the brushing time by at least a minute and will not retard the final cure time siginificantly. Even with thinning, I usually mix enough D2T for only 2 baits, 3 max.

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Thanks guys! Bob the spots are small and they should be fixable. Do you need to go thru the whole spin deal on the rotissery after you fill them spots?

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If it's just one, lay the bait to cure so the epoxy is on top. More than one, rotate as usual.

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