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Powder Paint

Powder Paint

Why Use Powder Paint for Fishing Jigs?


  1. Durability: Powder paint creates a tough, chip-resistant finish that can withstand the rigors of fishing.
  2. Versatility: Powder paint comes in a wide range of colors and finishes, allowing anglers to customize their jigs to match the fishing conditions.

  3. Ease of Use: Applying powder paint is simple and requires minimal equipment, making it accessible to anglers of all skill levels.

  4. Eco-Friendly: Unlike traditional liquid paints, powder paint produces minimal waste and is environmentally friendly.


How to Apply Powder Paint to Fishing Jigs:

  1. Prepare the Jig: Clean the jig thoroughly to remove any dirt or debris. This will ensure that the powder paint adheres properly to the surface.
  2. Heat the Jig: Preheat the jig using a heat gun or toaster oven. This will help the powder paint adhere to the jig more effectively.
  3. Apply the Powder Paint: Dip the jig into the powder paint, ensuring that it is evenly coated. Remove any excess powder by tapping the jig gently.
  4. Cure the Paint: Heat the jig again to cure the powder paint. This process melts the powder, creating a smooth, durable finish.
  5. Cool and Finish: Allow the jig to cool before handling it. Once cool, you can add additional finishes or coatings if desired.



Tips for Using Powder Paint for Fishing Jigs:

  • Use a fluid bed to dip the jig into the powder paint for a more even coating.
  • Experiment with different colors and finishes to create unique and attractive jigs.
  • Apply multiple thin coats of powder paint for a more durable finish.
  • Use a heat-resistant glove when handling the heated jig to avoid burns.



These are sold in 2 oz glass jars

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