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How do I remove Dip-N-Glo dye from my boat’s carpet?

Spike-It Neutralizer will remove Dip-N-Glo from most standard boat carpets.

How do I remove Dip-N-Glo dye from my boat’s seat or exterior?

Direct sunlight; Dip-N-Glo adheres to the boat’s exterior and seats as it would a plastic worm. The more the area is exposed to direct sunlight the sooner it will fade and eventually disappear.

How do I get a copy of the Color-C-Lector® instructions?

A PDF copy of the instruction manual is located in the description of the Color-C-Lector® product page

How long is the Color-C-Lector® cord?

The cord is 50 feet long.

How are your shipping charges calculated?

Our shipping charges are our negotiated rates with UPS. They base the price by weight of the package, destination zip code and whether the residence is commercial or residential. We do not up charge or try to profit off shipping.

Do you offer company discounts for LureWorks products?

We currently do not offer discounts to companies, however, we do offer volume discounts on certain products such as plastisol, paint, and glitter.  Please call 912-225-4533 for more information. 

Can you ship internationally?

Yes; however, many of our products are flammable and require special shipping methods to conform to regulations.  Please contact us for more information on specific products. 

What is the drying time for SB Coat Paint?

Drying time will depend on ambient temperature and the amount of paint applied at one time. In most scenarios it should be dry to touch in 5-10 minutes. Drying time can be accelerated by using a fan. The dotting series of SB Coat takes longer to dry.

How do I preserve the shelf life of Dip-N-Glo?

To maximize Dip-N-Glo shelf life, 1. Keep out of light, both natural and man-made.  2. Store in a cool place to avoid temperatures swings and extremes.

What is the difference between the Pourasol and Injectasol plastisols?

Formulaically they are identical with one exception; Pourasol has been de-aired and Injectasol has not.  The process of de-airing mitigates the micro-bubbles that form during the heating process. There are no limitations on the method of use; you can hand inject, open pour, or machine inject with both formulations. You can save some money by using Injectasol but you can save some time by using the Pourasol. If new to pouring, we first recommend Pourasol.

How do I heat plastisol?

*Always wear safety glasses or a face mask, gloves, closed-toe shoes, and protective clothing/apron to protect against burns and spatters.
Step 1: In a well-ventilated area, pour the appropriate amount of plastisol into an oven-proof container. A glass Pyrex® measuring cup works well.
Step 2: Place the container into the microwave on high for 30 seconds. (Use a dedicated microwave for heating plastisol; not one used for food prep.)
Step 3: Remove using an oven mitt or similar protection and carefully stir well, preferably with a small metal spatula or something similar. (Do not use a wooden utensil.) The plastisol will appear milky.
Step 4: Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the plastisol is clear and hot (between 340°F and 360°F). Please note that the plastisol will be very hot and will burn your skin upon contact. Once the plastisol is clear, it is ready to pour. 

*DO NOT BURN THE PLASTISOL. If this happens, do not inhale the fumes and immediately evacuate the area until the fumes dissipate. 

Video instructions available on our YouTube page.  


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