Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Decoy Forum' started by PorkChop, Aug 1, 2021.
P C, I've done heads, tails and even whole bodies
You are hired
you have some great talent!!!
I'll be retiring in 2 years and then I'd be more than happy to do some for you and the kiddo's....
The flocking will only stick to the glue/paint. If it gets on the body, it will just blow off.
Personally, I like to put the glue/paint on as thick as I can, without it running, then grab a handful of flocking and 'press' it straight in (don't smear). Just keep doing this all around the head, then tap with a rod or screwdriver to knock off the excess.
avoid the flocking gun. They were designed for doing jewelry boxes and such, with tight corners you can't get into.
Thank you everyone!!! I will pass on buying the flocking gun!!
Yeah, I call my gun that when it misfires. Of course, I pronounce the first word a little differently.
There are a lot of videos out there on youtube about flocking, some good, some not so much. It is a simple process and it beats shipping your decoys back and forth. A couple of things that I would consider a must are WEAR A RESPIRATOR, use only gloss rustoleum as a glue, only use a kitchen sieve over big plastic tub for recovery, find a breeze free area, use only nylon flocking, paint fast and flock quickly, and most important, WEAR A RESPIRATOR.
Me too. Which got me thinking; which one of you will be the first to actually flock his shotgun??
The ultimate camo???