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    I'm about to make the jump from gallon jugs to 5 Gallon buckets...
    You guys that buy in bulk what do you put the plastisol in so you can stir it easily?
    Got some picnic jugs with the pour spouts...Could I put the plastisol in these or will it
    react, and mess up the jug and plastic?
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    Forgot the pix
    The mixer goes on a drill...I have another one that works great on plaster
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    Quote Originally Posted by HOODLUM View Post
    I'm about to make the jump from gallon jugs to 5 Gallon buckets...
    You guys that buy in bulk what do you put the plastisol in so you can stir it easily?
    Got some picnic jugs with the pour spouts...Could I put the plastisol in these or will it
    react, and mess up the jug and plastic?
    HOODLEM

    I never had a problem using just plain Milk Jugs, just shake them before using but I let them set a bit to eliminate air bubbles

    just make certain the 5gl container is thoroughly mixed before you fill the smaller containers

    Hope this helps with your decision

    billygee

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    Thanks Billy!
    Open water is here!
    Need to save all my hand strength for on the water...
    Tried to shake the Gallon jug and dropped it twice...So I want to use the mixer
    The Boss is already up on the Bass count
    Keep you posted if it works or not
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    I buy my plastic in 5 gallon bucket and put it into Juggs. I went through 55 gallons already this year I should buy it by the drum but itís easier to transport out of the 5 gallon bucket .

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    Pulled the trigger and poured a gallon of plastic in the picnic jug
    No reaction so far and way easier to just spin the lid off and use the drill mixer!
    Then flip the spout to fill cups of plastic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HOODLUM View Post
    Pulled the trigger and poured a gallon of plastic in the picnic jug
    No reaction so far and way easier to just spin the lid off and use the drill mixer!
    Then flip the spout to fill cups of plastic!
    HOODLUM

    Great Idea !

    Amazing how we can find and adjust products meeting our needs to keep this Hobby going

    Thanks for sharing

    billygee

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    Your way more than WELCOME!!!
    Even if it IS your fault I got into this soft plastic stuff!
    1958 14.5' Alumacraft w/ 70hp Johnson VRO,Minnkota bow mount and electric anchor, Helix 5 di.gps sonar combo, Kenwood stereo Dragging Hand carved cranks,
    and Hand made softies while rocking out to the oldies

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