Using the Clear Cure Goo Syringe is similar to using a caulk gun. To get started just apply a minimal amount of pressure. This will start the material coming out of the tip. Material will continue to come out until one of two things happens. You relieve the pressure in the syringe by pulling back slightly on the piston OR enough material has come out of the syringe to even out the pressure on both sides of the syringe.
Clear Cure Goo Thick is perfect for creating baitheads on flies or whenever you need to build up material in larger amounts as it does not flow as fast as the Thin or Brushable. Which means you dont have to constantly battle a sag when you have a large amount of material out. This is my go to material for everything saltwater.
Clear Cure Goo Thin flows and smooths out much faster than the Flexible or the Thick and is one of our best selling products. This is a great choice for a tier who is meticulous in their tying. It blends the ability to apply a good amount of material on a fly and being able to have it smooth out very nicely.
This produces a smoother finish but also penetrate materials like dubbing, and feathers much better, providing a stronger bond to such materials.
Perfect for wing casings, nymphs, midges and such.
The Clear Cure Thin cures with a slight tacky feel to it. You can remove this by applying hand sanitizer ( 62% alcohol ) to it which will create a matte finish OR- you can apply a small layer of head cement or lacquer to it. I typically thin down my head cement to the tune of 2/3 head cement to 1/3 acetone. This allows the head cement to be applied in a very thin layer and aids in cutting down drying times.
As always you can use all the Clear Cure Goo products in symphony to create the fly or look you desire. Meaning you could build a base layer using the Clear Cure Goo Thick and then finish it off with the Clear Cure Goo Brushable or Thin.