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Soft Bait Plastisol - Floating

$ 64.95 CAD

Liquid plastisol liquid soft plastic for pouring or injecting into soft plastic bait molds for soft plastic bait making. High heat tolerance without burning. Reheat many times without losing it's clarity. Great for worms, swimbaits, grubs, craws, finesse baits and more. The fish (and you) will love the consistency and action of soft baits made with our plastisol. 

  • Low Odour
  • Low Bubbles
  • Outstanding Heat Stability
  • Excellent Clarity
  • Non Yellowing / Scorching
  • No Hard Packing
  • Floating

Same Plastisol in 20L (5 U.S. gallon) pails available here

Super Soft-Finesse – Great for drop shot and finesse baits. Super soft and flexible baits with great action in the water.

Medium Swimbait – Most versatile and most popular - from swim to frogs, From beginner to pro, This blend will not disappoint. Firm enough for seknos but flexible enough for swim baits.

Medium Ultra Clear – much like medium swimbait with added clarity and low odour- from Multi-purpose blend. Firm enough for seknos but flexible enough for swim baits.

Medium-Hard- Saltwater – Tough enough for Salt water. Great for senkos, craws, frogs, and all other soft baits. Slightly stiffer baits when you want some firmness and durability.

Tough - Saltwater - Muskie, Large Swimbaits, & Tubes. Extremely Tough and firm! 

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Soft Bait - Beaver craw

 

Safety

  • The plastisol being used must be heated to 325 degrees F.  Spilling or splashing hot plastisol can cause serious burns.
  • Always wear an approved respirator and safety goggles when heating plastisol.  Wear gloves, closed toe shoes and a long sleeve shirt and pants to protect against burns and splatters.
  • Work in well ventilated areas.  Heated plastisol off gasses so adequate ventilation is a must.
  • Never let other liquids come into contact with hot plastisol.
  • If the plastisol accidentally burn please evacuate the area until all the smoke and fumes have dissipated.

Preparing

  • Plastisol is a milky white liquid that when heated to correct temperatures will turn clear and into a syrup type consistency.
  • MIXING before each use is very important.  We recommend using a paddle type mixer and mixing for 2-4 minutes before each use.  Be sure to mix the bottom of the container thoroughly.  Mix slowly and gently not to cause bubbles, Never shake or mix vigorously plastisol as it will cause micro bubbles.

Heating

  • We recommend using a melting pot with a slow mixer for best results.  Melting pots insure the plastisol is heated evenly and reduces the chances of burning the plastisol.
  • Microwave Heating {Pyrex Cup}
  • Fill the Pyrex cup 4-8 ounces.
  • Heat the plastisol for 1 minute and then gently stir.
  • Heat an additional 30 seconds and repeat this process until the plastisol becomes clear and is in a syrup consistency.  Normally the max heating is between 1:30 to 2 minutes.
  • Once the plastisol is clear we recommend adding glitter, coloring, salt or approved scents into your heated plastisol.  You can then slowly mix the ingredients together.
  • Bubbles:  The best way to prevent bubbles is by gentle stirring.  Shaking or mixing at high speeds creates air bubbles. TIP – Heat the plastisol so that it gets into melt stage,  let the plastisol cool for about 5 minutes and then reheat it back into melt stage.  Majority of time this will eliminate most bubbles.

Storing

  • Plastisol should be stored in a controlled environment and from 50-90 degrees F.
  • It is very important to keep unused plastisol sealed between uses.  If moisture contaminates the plastisol it will cause bubbles.
  • Plastisol will seperate over time so it is important to thoroughly mix the plastisol before every use.  Plastisol that has set for a long period of time will need additional mixing time before use. 

Packaged in Canada by CMA Distributing.

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