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Motor oil worm to match culprit #13926685 03/17/21 10:56 PM
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Anyone found a formula to match the culprit motor oil color. I’ve tried a few different times and come up with the more brown color or way to chartreuse.

Re: Motor oil worm to match culprit [Re: Hoghunter36] #14081998 08/03/21 10:47 AM
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try lure works colorant

Re: Motor oil worm to match culprit [Re: Hoghunter36] #14101914 08/20/21 01:23 PM
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Exact-color soft-plastic duplication is trial & error and I find that working in smaller amounts usually gets me to the desired color. Once I find it, I make notes of the exact number of drop for a certain amount of plastic but keep that amount to a minimum. Reheated plastic only goes so far especially where glitter is concerned.

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