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The bait was put into the water.
The color changed after twenty minutes.
When dried again, it returns to its original color.
I've tried organic pigments and other pigments, but the same thing is happening again and again. What's the problem?

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1 hour ago, mark poulson said:

If you added salt, that could be the cause.

Thank you for your answer.
But it doesn't contain salt.
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That happen to me but take a lot longer than 20 minutes. If I leave mine in for hours it will absorb water. Might be your brand of plastic. 

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7 hours ago, Frank said:

That happen to me but take a lot longer than 20 minutes. If I leave mine in for hours it will absorb water. Might be your brand of plastic. 

That’s what I was thinking too. Plastic issue. Never use water for curing but can fish a bait all day and never have it waterlog.

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5 hours ago, Apdriver said:

That’s what I was thinking too. Plastic issue. Never use water for curing but can fish a bait all day and never have it waterlog.

I've been using dead on plastics and put them right into cooler water after use and not noticed issues related to what you are seeing above. which brand plastic was it?

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18 hours ago, Frank said:

That happen to me but take a lot longer than 20 minutes. If I leave mine in for hours it will absorb water. Might be your brand of plastic. 

The pvc I'm using may be a problem, but I tested it with 10 kinds of pvc.
 

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5 hours ago, 2marshall8 said:

I've been using dead on plastics and put them right into cooler water after use and not noticed issues related to what you are seeing above. which brand plastic was it?

I'm using my own recipe.
Dead-on-plastics are not available in Korea.

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Well you are going to have to find out what is making it do that. If you compounded your own then it is a formula problem I my opinion. 

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18 hours ago, Frank said:

Well you are going to have to find out what is making it do that. If you compounded your own then it is a formula problem I my opinion. 

Thank you for your answer.
I'm looking for problems in many ways now. 
I think there is an additive that can solve this problem.

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