Premium Soft Bait Plastisol - Non Phthalate
Non - Phthalate, non toxic premium clear, liquid soft bait plastisol. Pour or inject into soft plastic bait molds for fishing 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. Premium formulas by M-F Manufacturing Company.
Very Low Odour
Outstanding Heat Stability
Stays mixed longer with no hard packing
- Phthalate Free
Super Soft Floating – Super soft plastic for super soft baits - Custom-blended, odourless, soft floating material. It can be easily mastered by the novice. Does not settle to hard pack. Little to no separation in container, easily mixed with a quick shake.
Medium Floating – Versatile plastic for many different baits - Custom-blended, odourless, soft floating material. It can be easily mastered by the novice. Does not settle to hard pack. Little to no separation in container, easily mixed with a quick shake.
EZ Stretch Sinking – Medium/ Firm strong stretchable plastic...when you need extra stretch. One of the most durable plastic in most fishing applications.
Grabs and holds on hook for extreme long periods of time without slipping, resulting in longer casting periods, extended trolling times without adjusting trailers. "EZ Stretch" is producing more fish per bait making very happy anglers
To achieve these benefits, requires 4-7 days cure time before bagging or fishing. Scent can be added immediately and will absorb to keep your baits scented longer even while fishing.
EZ Stretch after cured is able to produce all types of fishing methods with endless types of styles of baits keeping durability and great action, most prefer medium/firm for personal fishing. Ideal for crappie, muskie, pike. Sinks slowly without additives.
When heating your raw plastisol, it will turn thick, keep heating and it will thin again turning back into a pourable state. Approx 330-350. 166-176c
There is no need to over stir at that point because you will add bubbles in the finished product. If a hot plate is used then heat it like you would old school popcorn, heat pan off and back on so that it does not smoke too much. If you have access smoke then it is too hot.
Microwaves: Every microwave heats differently. 1-2 cups new raw material, heat gradually to 330-350F, 166-176c, stirring occasionaly and avoid creating bubbles.