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    Default PolySol plastisol question?

    Was wondering if anyone on here has used the brand polysol and if so is it worth buying thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roostertail3427 View Post
    Was wondering if anyone on here has used the brand polysol and if so is it worth buying thanks.
    Yes I am using it now it is good plastic you'll have to get used to it call them and ask for a sample then you can judge for yourself.
    most of the manufactures of plastic will gladly send you samples it is the best way before you buy a lot of it.

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    PolySol is what I am using now. I have no complaints. I cannot tell you anything about their colorant or other additives, but I really like their plastisol
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    Thanks i will definitly give it a go now been using do its essential plastisol but it seems to scorch easy

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    Anything is better than Do-it. Might look into M-F and Dead on plastix too.

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    What do u reccomend from M-F

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    I like their easy stretch. Only complaint the cured bait gets oily after time but that can be a positive. I hear wonderful things about dead on plastic. Will be trying it next time.

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    I just bought some dead on plastic doing to try it

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    I am on my 4th Gallon of polysol and I like it!
    Now their colors...Not so much
    But I talked to Butch about adding some Floro's
    Now their hi- lites AND Pearls are TOPNOTCH
    Mixing medium and hard to get different characteristics (pouring hard in the bodies and shooting soft for the tails, and mixing them before heating)
    Read somewhere Deadon is polysol that they are blending different hardness plastics
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    Oh yeah I'm with Drnip on the Doit...When I 1st started I grabbed a box...and It does scorch really easy, compaired to other brands and is more expensive than Polysol
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