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Re: Painting Traps [Re: 20scout] #7580565
05/09/22 01:28 PM
05/09/22 01:28 PM
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Originally Posted by 20scout
Originally Posted by Guss
Spray painting traps is a lot easier. Just use a dull paint and let them air out.

X2, unless you have several dozen to do.


You don't have to do it all at once.

Re: Painting Traps [Re: LDW] #7585397
05/17/22 08:40 AM
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I've sprayed them all the last five seasons. Give them a fresh coat a couple weeks before season and leave them outside until I set them. I've never noticed a difference. Really nice for the cat traps you want to leave exposed, just paint them a green/brown combo and its easy enough. Plenty of first night catches.


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