Loon UV Infiniti Light


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Loon UV Infiniti Light Torch

Powerful enough for professional tyers and rechargeable using a standard USB cable, this is the torch light without limits. The UV Infiniti Light is the most powerful, most environmentally friendly light Loon has on offer.

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UV light curing resins are a popular choice for fly tying because they offer a number of advantages over traditional methods. First, they cure very quickly, so you can finish your flies in a matter of minutes. Second, they produce a clear, hard finish that is resistant to water and abrasion. Third, they are non-toxic and odorless, making them a safe option for use in the home.

To use a UV light for curing resins in fly tying, you will need a UV curing lamp and a resin that is specifically designed for UV curing. The lamp will emit shortwave ultraviolet light, which will cause the resin to harden. The amount of time it takes for the resin to cure will depend on the type of resin and the intensity of the UV light.

Once you have applied the resin to your fly, you will need to hold it under the UV light for a few minutes. The exact amount of time will vary, so it is important to follow the instructions on the resin bottle. Once the resin is cured, it will be hard and clear.

There are a few things to keep in mind when using a UV light for curing resins in fly tying. First, make sure that the UV light is powerful enough to cure the resin that you are using. Second, be careful not to get the resin on your skin or in your eyes. Third, if you are using a UV curing lamp that is not specifically designed for fly tying, you may need to wear protective eyewear.

Here are some additional tips for using a Loon UV Infiniti Light for curing resins in fly tying:

  • Use a UV light that has a long wavelength. This will help to prevent the resin from yellowing.
  • Apply the resin in a thin layer. This will help the resin to cure more evenly.
  • Allow the resin to cure completely before handling your fly.
  • Store your flies in a cool, dark place. This will help to prevent the resin from yellowing.

With a little practice, you will be able to use a UV light to cure resins in fly tying like a pro. Your flies will be hard, clear, and resistant to water and abrasion.

Here are some of the benefits of using a UV light for curing resins in fly tying:

  • Quick curing time
  • Clear, hard finish
  • Non-toxic and odorless
  • Easy to use

If you are looking for a fast, easy, and effective way to cure resins in fly tying, then a UV light is a great option.