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Old 01-31-2015, 08:36 PM   #1
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I've been collecting for quite a while and was wondering what everyone else uses to keep the white oxidation off their old bingo and hump lures. I have read about using gojo and wd 40 and both cleaned the lures well, but white residue returns. Is there a magic bullet?
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I'd also like to know. You have any pictures of your collection?
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I'd also like to know. You have any pictures of your collection?
These are old photos. Additions have been made. I'm trying to eliminate the Houston era lures and just collect the Corpus era. They are in display cases now, but don't have current pictures.
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I bought these as unknowns on eBay. Thought they would go with my Humps, Bingos and PICO's. Can anyone tell me what they are? Thanks.
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These are old photos. Additions have been made. I'm trying to eliminate the Houston era lures and just collect the Corpus era. They are in display cases now, but don't have current pictures.
Pm me a price on the htown era lures you want to sell.
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I just bought an old box full of these humps at an estate sale. Don't know much about them but I have over 60. If anyone is interested, let me know and I'll try to figure out how to post pics
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Old 06-01-2015, 12:52 PM   #7
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Good find, lots of guys on here know about them, they will be able to tell you what you have if you post pics, have a lot myself. Some are worth A LOT more than others.
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I've been collecting for quite a while and was wondering what everyone else uses to keep the white oxidation off their old bingo and hump lures. I have read about using gojo and wd 40 and both cleaned the lures well, but white residue returns. Is there a magic bullet?
Try hand sanitizer with aloe.... works on some rubber and plastics. sometimes a good detergent like Dawn works also.

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wups... also when cleaned try coating the lure with renaissance wax. The wax will stop the oxidation.

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Pics of humps

I sold most of these to a guy on this site. I found about 30 more in a different box. Most of those don't have the original packaging
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What is this?

Here is one with no identification. The box says it is Hump from El Campo. Any idea?
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