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Discussion in 'Misc Fishing Tackle Talk' started by DemolitionMan, Apr 29, 2007.
I was wondering what the best way/time to clean lead molding equipment???DemoMan
About the only thing I have found which needs cleaning is my Lees Production Pot IV. I use one of those flat sticks you stir paint with and clean the sides and bottom. The crud, like other crud, floats. Then you dip it out. A small bent piece of wire, held by pliers is used to clean the pour spout. Other than that, maybe a real light stroke or two with a steel brush for the molds...and make that a "light" stroke. Then oil the pins and hinges... your good to go.
That's good enough for me....I'm new at this and did'nt know what to do....Thanks for the info.....DemoMan
You take it easy with that hot lead... it will bring tears to your eyes real quick... makes you loose your temper too.
It'll bring more than tears....lol....But on the second pour things was better....My problem is my shaking so bad, I can't hit the hole...lol....That's the part that gets under my skin....But the second pour was a little "wrinkled", but I done a good job...Even weighted em and was amazed at how close the molds were.....Only about 5/100th's off on the worst one.....DemoMan