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BasserD

Devcon

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BasserD    0

Hello, I am the new guy on the block. I have been reading some of the forums regarding top coating. What I am trying to do is coat new hard baits with something that will make them hold up better. I fish in a lot of rocky areas and they get beat up quickly. From what I have read it looks like Devcon would be the way to go. I have tried to find it locally (MASS) and have not had any luck. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

BD

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civicdx    0

scuff up the clear coat on the crankbait alittle bit then put the devcon on i get it at wal-mart just keep trying there theres alot!! of people in mass that use it.

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kellure    1

If Walmart or K-mart doesnt carry it, try a home improvement store. If that doesnt work go to Devcon.com and inquire. Every Walmart that I've ever stepped in has Devcon though...if none of those options work, let me know and I'll send you as many as you need.

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BasserD    0

kellure, I checked the walmart website and they did not have it. I think there are different versions.Which one should I use? I have to visit one of the stores in the next day or two so I will check.

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woodsac    0

You probably won't be able to purchase it through the walmart site. You have to be 18 years old, so you're required to go through the check out.

Look in the paint department or wherever the store you're in sells super glue or adhesives. That's actually what Devcon is.

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kellure    1

Woodsac is correct, check the painting section.

You'll need to look for 2-Ton, 30 minute epoxy/ Clear. I think its $1.97 per each or something close to that.

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