muskydan666

feather lite resin!!that thing is awesome!!!

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Hi Guys!!!!Nice to have TU back!!I started using the smooth-on feather lite resin 2 weeks ago and it work very very nice!!!!Those who are using foam you dont know what your missing!no bubbles,it's like sanding wood!!!I like it a lot!!!it's also very solid,Icant say that about foam!

just whanted to share that with you guys!so if anyone was wondering if that stuff was working!Now you know!!!

Cheers,Muskydan666

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Do u have a link from where u buy this kind of stuff?!

U'r right...nice to have TU back...i was getting kinda bored this last few days:)).

Do u have any pics of your finished work?

Merry Christmas to u all!

Andrew

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I have heard of folks having a considerable amount of trouble with it "pitting" and it requires a "de-gas" period too as I understand it. Have you noticed any of these problems?

jed v.

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What is pitting???Jed!?I will wait a few weeks before i prime and paint the lures so gaz can get out of it!I also add the same problemes with foam baits so...If you dont wait there's still some gaz in the lure that is a fact!!!

will send some pics very soon!!Cheers.Muskydan666

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I'd like to know if there are any small holes in the surface too or is it smooth and ready to prime?

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Hi Dan,

Would you be interested in molding some lures for me? I would rather pay someone to make them for me that has the experience than try to learn from scratch.

Does the featherlite foam hold screw eyes well? I need to make sure they are at least as strong as wood.

Thanks!

By the way, your PM box is full so if you can email me about this my address is muskysnax@yahoo.com

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If you like Featherlite, try Alumilite, you will love it.

It has a 1yr shelf life also.

Alumilite RC-3 is like Featherlite without the micro

balloons mixed in. You add exactly what you need.

And yes both will hold screw eyes without any problem.

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