Powder Paint

8 items       Page 1 of 1


How to use Powder Paint - Stir settled powder to make it fluffy. Some lure makers have found that working in a small round bowl allows for easier application. To apply powder paint to jigs, hold the jig by the hook with your fingers. Preheat jigs by rotating through the flame of a torch or your gas range using a small flame. Hook will stay cool. Rotate jig in the blue part of flame for 3 to 6 seconds depending on jig size. You may also preheat jigs in a 325 degree F oven for 15 minutes or use a cigarette lighter.
Once hot, quickly swish the jig through light powder with a side to side motion to cover the entire surface. Do not dip or push jigs into the powder. Remove immediately. The surface will then melt and gloss over. If the jig smokes, reduce the preheat time slightly. If the jig appears powdery and dry, increase the preheat time. Continue to keep the powder fluffy between painting. Your jigs are now ready for use. However, curing the lure will produce an extremely durable, chip resistant finish. Jigs may be "cured' by hanging them in an oven at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes. Allow a few minutes for your jigs to get up to temperature. Lures with weed guards should be cured at 250 degrees F for 25 minutes. Always open the eye of the hook with a sharp object before curing.


  • UV BLAST CLEAR POWDER PAINT 2 OZ.
    UV BLAST CLEAR POWDER PAINT 2 OZ.
    UV Blast powder paint is clear, very durable and worm proof finish with additives that reflect UV light effectively "lighting up" your fishing lure. About 60% of sunlight that cuts through the water's surface is UV light. UV light penetrates water far deeper than human-visible light. In freshwater, biologists found that brown and rainbow trout, kokanee, yellow perch, white suckers, carp, bluegill, and pumpkinseed sunfish detect UV light. Largemouth and smallmouth bass, members of the sunfish family, may also see UV light. Many fish species have yet to be tested to determine if they detect UV light. In saltwater, biologists have found that pink, chum, coho, sockeye, and masu salmon detect UV light. Weakfish and flounder also detect UV light. UV Blast reflects sunlight while glow paint emits stored light. As long as there's sunlight, UV Blast will brighten any bait. Glow baits release the light energy stored above water. Eventually the glow energy is consumed, the bait fades and you need to recharge it. UV Blast never needs recharging and it does not fade. Apply the same way you apply any of our powder paint colors. 2 oz. jar.
    Order #: 380523

    Availability:   
    In Stock
    $7.85 / EACH
  • FB-3 POWDER PAINT FLUID BED
    FB-3 POWDER PAINT FLUID BED
    The FB-3 powder paint fluid bed is a single dip bed that is ideal for short or custom runs of fishing lures. The fluid bed comes complete with one replaceable dipping cup and a air supply. Output can be as high as 250 fishing lures per hour.
    Order #: 460200

    Availability:   
    In Stock
    $99.99 / EACH
  • EXTRA PAINT CUP FOR FB-3 FLUID BED
    EXTRA PAINT CUP FOR FB-3 FLUID BED
    Extra paint cup for the FB-3 powder paint fluid bed makes it easy to switch colors. Keep each color in it's own cup and then just swap cups to change colors. The extra cup reduces clean up time.
    Order #: 460201

    Availability:   
    In Stock
    $18.75 / EACH
  • POWDER PAINT REGULAR COLORS 2 OZ.
    POWDER PAINT REGULAR COLORS 2 OZ.
    Powder paint produces a tough chip resistant finish that makes it easy to paint jig heads, spoons and spinner blades. Simply heat fishing lures to 325° in toaster oven and dip them into the powder paint. Great one coat coverage. For maximum paint durability, place the coated lure back in the oven for another 15 minutes. No drying time, non-flammable, unlimited shelf life, no fumes, instructions included.

    Learn Powder Painting Tips from the Experts!

    Order #: 381100

      
    * Quantity discount available, buy more and save!
  • POWDER PAINT FLUORESCENT/SPECIAL COLORS 2 OZ.
    POWDER PAINT FLUORESCENT/SPECIAL COLORS 2 OZ.
    Fluorescent powder paint is a tough chip resistant finish that makes it easy to paint jig heads, spoons and spinner blades. Simply heat fishing lures to 325° in toaster oven and dip them into the powder paint. Great one coat coverage. For maximum paint durability, place the coated lure back in the oven for another 15 minutes. No drying time, non-flammable, unlimited shelf life, no fumes, instructions included.

    Learn Powder Painting Tips from the Experts!

    Order #: 381101

      
    * Quantity discount available, buy more and save!
  • GLOW POWDER PAINT 2 OZ
    GLOW POWDER PAINT 2 OZ
    Our glow in the dark powder paint is a tough chip resistant finish that makes it easy to paint jig heads, spoons and spinner blades. Simply heat fishing lures to 325° in toaster oven and dip them into the powder paint. Great one coat coverage. For maximum paint durability, place the coated lure back in the oven for another 15 minutes. No drying time, non-flammable, unlimited shelf life, no fumes, instructions included.
    Order #: 381102

      
    * Quantity discount available, buy more and save!
  • GLITTER POWDER PAINT 2 OZ
    GLITTER POWDER PAINT 2 OZ
    Our glitter powder paint is a clear topcoat with heat resistant glitter. It is a tough chip resistant finish that makes it easy to paint jig heads, spoons and spinner blades. Simply heat fishing lures to 325° in toaster oven and dip them into the powder paint. Great one coat coverage. For maximum paint durability, place the coated lure back in the oven for another 15 minutes. No drying time, non-flammable, unlimited shelf life, no fumes, instructions included. NOTE: Colors are shown on a black basecoat.
    Order #: 381103

      
    * Quantity discount available, buy more and save!
  • CANDY POWDER PAINT 2 OZ
    CANDY POWDER PAINT 2 OZ
    Our candy powder paint is a tough chip resistant finish that makes it easy to paint jig heads, spoons and spinner blades. Simply heat fishing lures to 325° in toaster oven and dip them into the powder paint. Great one coat coverage. For maximum paint durability, place the coated lure back in the oven for another 15 minutes. No drying time, non-flammable, unlimited shelf life, no fumes, instructions included. When used by itself, candy colors give your lure a “wet” look. Candy colors applied over a base color allows the base color to show through for unusual effects.
    Order #: 381104

      
    * Quantity discount available, buy more and save!