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    Thanks to RG for the painting with crinkle I was able to paint some awesome jigs. I had been doing it all in one step with ok results but found that once you dip in crinkle no more heat on the jig until curing in the oven. Jig will look shiny to flat color but when you cure it in the oven the colors appear. Here are a few favorites I made yesterday.Name:  IMG_1849.JPG
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    Oh yeah, now that's the results we like seeing. Awesome paint!
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    Congratulations....you got what you wanted. I might order me some of that there crinkle paint and give it a go myself. I want to get that alligator look.
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    There ya go!

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    Been speaking to several people about this in the last week and can’t remember who with but we discussed trying it this way. Going to have to give it a try.

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    Very nice work.

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    How hot are you curing at?

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    Been experimenting between 300-350. A few started to develop a small cone head look, no way I'm cooking it at 400. Keep an eye on them because they start changing in just a few minutes and they are finished in 10-15 minutes. The silver is working best, the other three colors might need a higher temp or bake longer in the oven. This paint is addicting, need to start using some.

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    Strange. I’ve tried silver 4 times and each time with several jigs done several ways, colors, fluid bed, no fluid bed etc. Can’t get it to turn but barely in spots. I’ve baked for 320 up to 45 minutes and each time increases temp to even 420 for 15 minutes. Some jigs I dipped hot enough turned silver and some to where they were powder finish. What’s strange none dripped or melted even up to that hot. Maybe I need to get base coat on thicker. Some of the results and all come out looking like this.

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