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Anyone Use Thermal Paint Before?

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I purchased some thermal paint just to play around with. I painted a DT-10 solid red and mixed the thermal paint in my clear. It came out cool, looks black when cold, red when warm. I know the temp in water varies everywhere but thought maybe at deep water where it is cooler and colors fade out anyways I could get my lure to turn black for a better silhouette.

I was wondering if anyone here has every played around with this stuff or have any good ideas of how to use it.

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Think you might have something there. I'd like to play with that myself. If you don't mind me asking , where did you get the thermal paint .

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I got it from paintwithpearl, I've used there flake before and decided to give this stuff a try.

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I have a completely crazy idea. I'm pretty well noted for that. Thanks for letting me know.

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That is a great idea!

Is there a temp range that the paint needs to change?

Changes at 86 degrees

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I tossed the lure in my pond, solid black. I definitely don't have any water around me that is warm enough to make the black turn clear. I just slapped it on my lure before giving it much thought about what temp it changed at. I thought it was worth a try.

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