That can of speed dip will last a long time.
Using gasoline,leads to stinky ,sticky traps--the additives in gasoline,does not allow the speed dip to dry properly.Coleman fuel or white gas,is the proper thing to use with speed dip.I also thin my dip more than the can says.About 5 parts of fuel to 1 of dip.
I have used batches of speed dip for yeard--your initial cost is higher than powdered dye,but you have to take into account how long dip lasts.I use a plastic bucket with a tight closing lid.When I am done dipping,I mark the fluid level on the outside of the bucket.When I go to dip again,if the level is below the line(due to evaporation)I add coleman fuel,to bring the level back up to my marking line.
Sell Dakota lines dip and speed dip--the cost per quart is the same,with the snare dip you do not have the coleman fuel cost.
I have used speed dip for years and will continue to do so.Selling both dips and the powdered dye--I continue to use speed dip.It has worked well for me for a long time,so I am not going to change.
Yes I am a trap supply dealer.
Yes I have Lenons Muskrat,coyote,fox,Bobcat,fisher and Marten--4 ounce lures.
Also Blackies Blend ,his entire line of 1 and 4
0z. lures and his baits .Also my MoundMaster beaver Lures.
Wiebe knives and fleshing tools ,Too.