I don't care for aersols cause you coat the whole shooten match. No coaten is needed in the vent lines to be sure. Light coat in the cavities- goodly coaten on the block top and sprue plate will do ya.Gun142 said:
GB if that happens again-- get that mold clean and use some blueing agent that is used for quick fixes. Let it dry, then bake that set of blocks in the oven for a couple hrs at 450 ish....Graybeard said:Hubbard, that may have been me discussing one of the two moulds I was testing back at that time. That mould never stopped casting wrinkled bullets from that one cavity. I tried everything I know to try. I used hot soapy water, alcohol, acetone, B-C Gun Scrubber, Brake Cleaner even a mild abrasive paste. I smoked the mould and also used the Midway Drop Out.
NOTHING and I do mean nothing fixed it. That one cavity in a two cavity mould just ain't gonna work. I no longer own it. I gave it away.