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    Default Question On paining jig heads.

    Guys I seen these online is wondering what type of powder paint or how are you paint these jigs.
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    From my understanding it’s the silver crinkle powder paint on top of the colors. I have some and was going to experiment with that myself whenever I had time. Not sure if first coat needs to be cured first or just double dipped then cured.

    That’s pretty popular right now online on the hand tied crappie jigs.
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    I have all four crinkle colors. Will try to get to a video tomorrow night or Saturday morning on how to do it.
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    I have the silver, gold is somewhere in shipping currently. Wanted June bug and red and added gold crinkle earlier this week.
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    Looks great, never heard of it before now but I'm going to check it out. Wonder how it looks under UV light.

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    Do you buy it by the pound? Where did you get it from? Looking forward to finding out how it's done. If it's sold by the pound I'd like to buy a couple ounces of each color to see how I like it if someone is willing to sell some or trade.

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    It’s protec paint. TJ’s Tackle sells it.

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    Bob some guys are making their own paint, don't know or understand how or what. Will send you a link later to what he does. I do know he charges a lot for each jig though.

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    Pretty much you 1st put what ever color you want to show through be it one, two, three colors and then dip in crinkle paint then heat again. I knew I should done video last night. Funny how thread popped up asking about it. I’ll definitely get one up.
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    What I’m interested in is that chenille. Guess there are some new colors out or that one has been out and I didn’t realize it.

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