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Homemade Proprionate Lacquer help
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2005 7:04 pm    Post subject: Re: Homemade Proprionate Lacquer help Reply with quote

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Hi all of you coating specialist.

I build fishing lure and like the folks in europe, I want to make my
own cellulose proprionate lacquer to clearcoat and seal my lure. From
what i see on their website the simply dilute
proprionate pellets in Lacquer thinner and did the finish lure 5 - 10
time to get a hard waterproof durable finish.

http://www.lurebuilding.nl/indexeng.html

Do one of you know where I can get proprionate pellets in Canada?

Can I use another type of plastic pellet to dilute in thinner , one
thats more available?

Do you know of a better of the shelf waterproof, durable & hard
clearcoat I could use to dip
the bait in?

All the help you can give me will be greatly appreciated!

Simon.

Have you tried the polyurethane varnishes? They will probably have a

better performance than the cellulose lacquers. You can get them at the
paint section of your hardware store.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2005 1:35 am    Post subject: Homemade Proprionate Lacquer help Reply with quote

Hi all of you coating specialist.

I build fishing lure and like the folks in europe, I want to make my
own cellulose proprionate lacquer to clearcoat and seal my lure. From
what i see on their website the simply dilute
proprionate pellets in Lacquer thinner and did the finish lure 5 - 10
time to get a hard waterproof durable finish.

http://www.lurebuilding.nl/indexeng.html

Do one of you know where I can get proprionate pellets in Canada?

Can I use another type of plastic pellet to dilute in thinner , one
thats more available?

Do you know of a better of the shelf waterproof, durable & hard
clearcoat I could use to dip
the bait in?

All the help you can give me will be greatly appreciated!

Simon.
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