Was doing a foil jerkbait for my buddy for his birthday on Saturday and screwed it up good. I noticed on some other ones I did that when I spray the back and belly I get a little overspray on the sides which dulls the shine through the transparent paint I use over the foil. I thought I would tape off the sides, shoot the back and belly first, then take the tape off and blend in the sides, no overspray. I think too much. I was using a new heat gun I purchased to set the paint and I think what happened is I got the bait too hot and when I pulled the tape off it lifted the foil right off of the lure! It's still held on by the etex but it won't stay down now. I stayed up late last night drilling and sealing another blank I had ready and weighted it this morning but I don't think there's any way I can have it done for Saturday afternoon. Even if I etex it now it and work from home tomorrow so I can paint it I don't think I can get all the top coats on and dried in time for the party. I was thinking of building a box over my drying rack and putting a light in it to speed up the curing. Any of you guys wait 5 or 6 hours until the etex sets up and then put on another coat? I could maybe pull it off like that.