Painting wrapped decoys

Discussion in 'Decoys & Decoy Carving' started by COLLY, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. COLLY

    COLLY New Member

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    need to repaint some burlapped decoys<br> what steps do you guys take when doing this.<br> from a&nbsp; marked up and muddy decoy to a <br> finished painted decoy.<br> <br> and if you can who's products do you use in these steps<br> <br> thanks in advance for the advise<br> <br>
     
  2. F350

    F350 New Member

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    <P>Colly, check your PM</P>
     

  3. FOWLTALK

    FOWLTALK New Member

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    <P style="MARGIN: 0px">plenty of good aresols on the market. you may want to use a vinyl/cloth</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">type of aresol paint for additional adhesive over the burlap.</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">&nbsp;</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">another good method, that works on burlaped blocks is automotive gravel guard...you know, the textured stuff under the paint of the lower 1/3 of your</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">car/truck. This is available in aresol form, drys fast, can be painted over, and</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">will simulate a "Restle" type deke without all the mess . Some manufacturers,</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">like 3M for example, the texture will vary from relatively smooth to very coarse.</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">Yet another method, that works great on making "blacks" is a product made by 3M called "body shutz", its a black, hard, fast drying, &amp; extremely durable undercoat. This too, has an aggresive texture, like the Restle blocks of yesteryear. Both of these methods will prevent premature wear of the burlap</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">or styrofoam blocks &amp; add the texture you may be lookig for, without comprimising durability.</P>