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Protecting spinner blades from tarnishing

Discussion in 'Lure DIY: Home Made Lures & Lure Fishing Tackle' started by cyprian10, Oct 28, 2016.

  1. cyprian10

    cyprian10 Member

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    Can anyone guide me on the best way and materials to us to protect spinner blades from the elements. Is clear lacquer or nail varnish the way to go? Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. GlynB

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    Hi, you will be lucky to achieve this even mepps tarnish over time, best thing to do if used in salt water is when you have finished or change them and place back in your box is splash fresh water over them and wipe down briefly. You could try Revell No 1 clear paint I use it on my lures it leaves a fine clear coat and dries in minutes.
    Maybe others know better stuff.
    cheers
    Glyn
     

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