In 2004 I introduced this new cold dip. It is quite unique in that it is capable of coating a brand new trap (with factory grease) a dark black color. I'm certain you'll find this a first class cold dip.-Kyle
Directions: Mix 3 parts unleaded gas with one part KBL Quick Dye to give traps or snares a rust resistant, odorless finish. (Use white gas/Coleman Lantern Fuel for best results, if using gasoline use a higher octane.) When using mineral spirits, mix 2 parts to 1 part KBL Quick Dye. Stir mixture well before dipping traps. Traps/snares should be degreased and allowed to rust slightly before dipping traps. Traps/snares should be degreased and allowed to rust slightly before dipping with KBL Quick Dye. Traps should be dipped (for 20-30 seconds) and hung to dry in warm weather - 65 degrees or warmer. KBL Quick Dye will coat best during hot days. Avoid direct sunlight during storage time. One quart will dye about 2 dozen small traps (#1 longsprings/#110 body-grips) or 1 dozen larger traps (MB-750's or 330's)
Commonly Asked Questions:
Q: Will KBL Quick Dye mix with other brands of cold dip?
A: Yes, KBL Quick Dye will mix with other brands.
Q: Can I use KBL Quick Dye on predator traps?
A: Yes, KBL Quick Dye dries better than any dip on the market! If you dip your traps well ahead of season, they should dry and be totally odorless by trapping season. Many trappers that catch way more coyotes and fox than
I do use KBL Quick Dye. Many customers have compared KBL Quick Dye to the no longer made Aaron's cold dip.