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Hey guys, Maybe I am out of my mind but I tried searching what to do after shooting/injecting/pouring soft plastics but I can not find any relevant post. I could of swore, that one time I came across a post, that said after shooting soft plastics, you should place them in cold water over night. I've always done this. Sometimes I've added garlic scent to the water or even salt, I don't know why the salt, maybe I thought some would transfer to the bait through osmosis!!! Recently I have started to shoot some baits that are very heavy in salt and I feel as if the "water cure" is sucking out the salt, is that possible? Does anyone have any special process they follow after pouring/shooting soft plastics? For my next test, I was going to shake them in salt and laminate bag them, or put a little garlic oil in a laminate bag and call it a day. Thanks in advance. Charles
So I have been adding scent to the bags before I seal them and I've noticed that after a few weeks the scent seems to evaporite and the baits just smell like rubber again. I am using an anise-pro from Pro Cure. How do larger companies get their scents to absorb and stay smelly long after the bags are sealed? I have heard that if you use a plasticizer then it will make the scent absorb, but I'm not sure what exactly plasticizer is. Anyone have any advice on this?