Author Topic: Epoxy in crank-bait eyelets  (Read 115 times)

Offline Blackstone

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Epoxy in crank-bait eyelets
« on: 11/06/18 19:04 UTC »
I've been having trouble with epoxy gumming up my eyelets, when sealing my crank-baits.  I was wondering how to avoid this problem.

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Re: Epoxy in crank-bait eyelets
« Reply #1 on: 11/06/18 20:16 UTC »
I’ve seen videos of people putting a piece of wire / paper clip for the epoxy to escape  to but don’t no if you hang yours or use a drying wheel.

Offline Blackstone

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Re: Epoxy in crank-bait eyelets
« Reply #2 on: 11/07/18 03:08 UTC »
I use a drying wheel, but I might have to hang them first, for a bit after watching those videos.

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Re: Epoxy in crank-bait eyelets
« Reply #3 on: 11/07/18 03:51 UTC »
 I use a coned Dremel bit to clean mine out the next day. 
 
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