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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-06-2010 04:05 AM
David_Cooksey
Pouring Stik Baits By Del

Pouring Stik Baits
Tips and Tricks when pouring Stik Baits

Pouring Stik Baits is very easy even for the beginner, with these tips it might help you pour perfectly the first time.

Your plastic is heated and ready to be poured. make sure you stir your plastic formula extreamly well before you pour your first pour. this will mix the salt and glitter evenly.
after the second pour stir the plastic again , as the salt will settle to the bottom as it is heavy.
I like using a Ice tea spoon for stirring the plastic a butter knife will work well to.

How to prevent:

Dents:
Dents on the side of the baits are commonly caused by not mixing your plastic thourghly.
what happens is you pour down the mold and a clump of salt gets down there, as it is settleing it start to break up . there is very small air pockets in the salt clumps which cause s a air pocket by the side of the mold.

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