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Painting lures

Post  Alex Makk on Mon Sep 13, 2010 12:13 pm

Found quiet a few spoons and I'm wanting to make them into lures. can anyone give me some details on paints. i know there are some paints you can use and some you cannot.
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Post  esoxjeff on Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:38 pm

dont use LEAD paint...one it's toxic...and the extra weight upsets the balance? Very Happy
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Post  esoxjeff on Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:41 pm

MrMakk wrote:Found quiet a few spoons and I'm wanting to make them into lures. can anyone give me some details on paints. i know there are some paints you can use and some you cannot.
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i allways used automotive spray paints,use mesh to give scale effects,
good tip start with lightest colour first, and so on.
if you get stuck with ideas or techniques give me a buzz Very Happy
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Post  noodle on Mon Sep 13, 2010 7:57 pm

spoons as in tea dessert etc

or are we talking custom wooden ones bounce bounce bounce bounce clown

serioslyu if they are metal maybe polishing them would be an option as well, any enamal style paint or the plasticote paints are good as are car paints

just play in a well ventilated area (unless your into solvent abuse Shocked
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Post  Alex Makk on Mon Sep 13, 2010 8:41 pm

OK thanks guys,
yes they are cutlery spoons found quiet a few them in our caravan before it went to scrappers.
most likely to get some spray paint from Wilkinson when i come round to it.
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Post  esoxjeff on Tue Sep 14, 2010 5:02 pm

noodle wrote:spoons as in tea dessert etc

or are we talking custom wooden ones bounce bounce bounce bounce clown

serioslyu if they are metal maybe polishing them would be an option as well, any enamal style paint or the plasticote paints are good as are car paints

just play in a well ventilated area (unless your into solvent abuse Shocked

Very Happy well spotted Noodle i forgot those types of paint they are very good Very Happy
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