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I thought about using plasti dip as a flocking adhesive. It comes in clear as a "brush on". My decoys already has worn out flocking on them from last year. Does anybody think this will be a good or bad idea?
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Try it on one and take a picture so I can see it. I think it would work I don't see why not but then again I haven't seen plasti dip in anything but a can
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Seems rather viscous to me for that use. Why do you think it would be more desirable than the normal paint?
Even if you thinned it with naptha, the cost would be prohibitive.
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too heavy and thick IMO
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