Clear Final Coat on Plastic/Wooden Plugs

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I am just getting into airbrushing with plastic and wooden plugs, I am just curious if anyone uses a clear coat as a final coat or some type of epoxy to protect the paint job . I have done this with buck tails that I have powder coated as a protective measure but also to help the color pop more, but curious what other people do with wooden and plastic plugs,  how do you apply said coat if you do use one, cure time, etc?



Secondly, does anyone recommend a vise or similar to use when painting plugs? A specific brand or anything would be helpful. 

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Yes, everyone does this. Most people use the envirotex epoxy that can get boughten at hobby stores like the Michael's or the Ben Franklin's. Or Devcon 30-minute epoxy. 

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