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Has any one tried to flock there decoys? Any tips ?
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We have flocked our decoys and they look awesome. Just make sure to prep the heads(sandpaper, and then clean them with some paint thinner). We used Rustoleum Flat Black Paint and put a very thick coat on. I would also say to get something to put under it after you start applying the flocking because you can save a lot of extra stuff. If you have more questions you can PM me.
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