Andy Stoe’s-Speed Dip-Trap Dye
Andy Stoe’s Speed Dip has been formulated to put a protective film on any steel trap. This protective film puts a hard protective coat on the trap to keep it from rusting. Depending on humidity the dip will dry in 2 – 3 days. It is suggested that you do this on days with low humidity and dip the traps 1-2 months in advance if you are using them for land trapping. This will give the gas odor a chance to dissipate before making your trapping sets. For rubber jawed traps it is recommended that you remove the rubber pads before dipping as it softens rubber.
How to use Andy Stoe’s Speed Dip
Mix 1 quart of Speed Dip to 1 gallon of Coleman fuel or mineral spirits. Put mix the solution in a bucket. Dip your traps a into the solution, make sure they are evenly coated, remove the traps, and hang to dry.
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