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Nose topcoat

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by millardtaxi, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. millardtaxi

    millardtaxi JOHN 3:3

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    What is everyone using as a topcoat on nose pads to get that real wet look? Wanting to try some new stuff
     
  2. bailey-outdoors

    bailey-outdoors New Member

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    I use the automotive two part hi gloss one coat is all you need ! Orilleys auto parts has it I also use it on fish
     

  3. I use triple thick.. Make sure you seal the paint first. I use satin for that. I have had several times before I sealed where the triple thick caused my paint to run.
     
  4. big dan

    big dan Member

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    Krylon satin sealer
     
  5. brigham boy

    brigham boy "if it's horny, mount it"

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  6. twinrivers

    twinrivers Active Member

    Krylon CLear Glaze.
     
  7. troy

    troy Member

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    modge podge gloss.
     
  8. butterbean

    butterbean New Member

    When using the two part auto are you air brushing or using a brush.Also what type thinning is needed?
     
  9. butterbean

    butterbean New Member

    Anyone
     
  10. verne

    verne Well-Known Member

    Satin finish on mine ; though I`ve seen pictures of glossy wet noses , In all my years of deer hunting I`ve never shot a deer with a high glossy nose . ;)
     

  11. The way to go.