Vise CS Hybrid gets milky

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druffns
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Vise CS Hybrid gets milky

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Hi Guys,

i plugged some balls with Vise CS Hybrid and a few went straight white/milky. Without adding color or somethin else.
Does anybody now why? Some balls stayd clear-ish and some white. I thought that i made everything the same way.
2 months ago i didnt hat any problems. Temperatur at the moment is about 25 C, Any ideas?

Thank your very much.
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Re: Vise CS Hybrid gets milky

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I doubt if the temperature is the cause. 25C is the same as 77F.
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Re: Vise CS Hybrid gets milky

Post by TheMilkMan »

It could be that moisture was present in some way. Humidity can affect fast curing plug. So much so, that Turbo recommends using a plastic stir stick in their quick plug instead of a wooden stick. They have found that there is enough moisture present in the wooden stir sticks to cause the plug to cloud. I have found that you can't leave the bottles sitting too long after opening. Temperature and humidity changes seem to create a shelf life once opening.
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Re: Vise CS Hybrid gets milky

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Thanks for the replies,

i will try plastic stirring stick.
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