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Offline Doubletroublebaits

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Mold sticking
« on: 05/15/18 12:57 UTC »
Does worm oil prevent the baits from sticking to the mold? When can it be put in while melting?

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Re: Mold sticking
« Reply #1 on: 05/15/18 20:31 UTC »
Welcome Doubletroublebaits! I use an artist brush to lighltly coat my molds about every 5 or 6 injections. A very light brushing works amazing to avoid sticking baits.

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Re: Mold sticking
« Reply #2 on: 05/16/18 06:43 UTC »
Never had a bait stick to an aluminum mold. Are you using cnc, cast, pop, silicone?

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Re: Mold sticking
« Reply #3 on: 05/17/18 06:21 UTC »
I am using a plastic or a silicone mold.

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Re: Mold sticking
« Reply #4 on: 05/17/18 06:22 UTC »
Welcome Doubletroublebaits! I use an artist brush to lighltly coat my molds about every 5 or 6 injections. A very light brushing works amazing to avoid sticking baits.
Are you talking about the worm oil?

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Re: Mold sticking
« Reply #5 on: 05/17/18 07:00 UTC »
Yes, worm oil. Brush it on the mold's cavity surfaces in a very light film. You can spray with PAM cooking spray and even WD40. I don't like the PAM because it will build up. Whatever you use, the key is just a super thing film of it. DO NOT ADD worm oil to your plastic prior to cooking.

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Re: Mold sticking
« Reply #6 on: 05/17/18 16:57 UTC »
Are you talking about the worm oil?
Yes Sir. Should have made myself more clear. Brushing worm oil onto the inside of the molds. Works very well.