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Frisket Film

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I bought some frisket film the other day and when i tried it out i got a few bleeds.they werent very bad just little things but they were noticable.does anyone know how to prevent this?

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Shoot less paint. Not trying to be a smarta## but shoot a light coating, jet dry it with a hair dryer, then shoot some more if needed. The problem then becomes whether the adhesive frisket will pull paint off your crankbait. I tried several brands and they all did, so I now just use the frisket with the backing left on it. Side benefit, it makes it reusable.

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Frisket film is a stenciling material that is thin and clear.Thanks BobP. I have one more question though.Once you have the on stencil cut how do you make the mirror image for the other side to match perfectly? I have tried to paint onto to the film with the stencil reversed but its hard to see and usually comes out larger.

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