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Sorry, new here. This topic may have been talked about but I couldn't find anything. 

We inject crappie baits. Then we paint them with various colors and even laminate some. Have tried about everything and cannot keep pink from bleeding on to char, white, even clear. I have tried different plastics, different paints, drying times, nothing seems to work. We paint 25 to 30 different colors and flo pink is the only one we have trouble with. We have purchased flo pink from lureworks, do it and even netcraft. Does anyone have an idea why this happens? Sometimes we will paint a batch, let them dry overnight, bag them up the next day and notice it immediately. Sometimes it may be 2 weeks. Truly lost here.

 

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MF makes a non-bleed fluorescent pink you could try. I haven't used it enough to state that it categorically won't bleed, but you may have better luck with it.

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Please explain is it paint bleeding or colorant. The only company that makes PAINT is lureworks so I am confused when you say you bought it from the other company’s. 

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I have MF non-bleed flo. pink colorant and haven't had any issues with it bleeding. I have done a number of white body/pink tail 2" paddle tails and haven't had a single one bleed. MF non-bleed florescent colors are about all I use if I am making florescent baits. You might have to use a few more drops than other brands but i have never had them bleed.

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