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#5478297 - 12/15/14 10:13 AM speed dip ?
hornet527 Offline

Registered: 03/06/09
Posts: 478
Loc: San Angelo
thinking of using full metal jacket dip, Questions, does it have to be cut with coleman fuel, and would one coat bre enough?

#5480233 - 12/15/14 11:49 PM Re: speed dip ? [Re: hornet527]
Txcatman1 Offline

Registered: 10/02/13
Posts: 798
Loc: S texas
I've never used it but I think so, ask that question on trapperman or trapping talk on Facebook and you will get some immediate answers,
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#5482571 - 12/16/14 10:31 PM Re: speed dip ? [Re: hornet527]
DesertHunting Offline
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Registered: 01/06/12
Posts: 1870
Loc: Terrell County - Sanderson
No, you do not cut it with anything. On new traps run them through the dishwasher, let them dry, then dip them. Hang them dry for a day then dip them again. Hang them to dry for 24 hours and your good to go. On used traps wire brush them best you can, make sure you get all the wax off if they've been waxed, then dip them twice like stated above. Once dipped them twice the first time you use FMJ on them, then you just need to wire brush them and dip them once, after 24 hours they are odor free and ready for use. Make sure you have a good five gallon bucket with a lid that seals real good and a pair of chem gloves.

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