Scorpion Venom Lubricants and Coatings
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Reviewed by: gfdeputy2
Category: Bow Accessories
I used to hate waxing my bow string as it seemed like a chore. The old wax went on clumpy & took a long time to apply. Dirt & grime would stick to the string making it seem to do more harm then good. My local bow shop turned me on to Scorpion Venom products, and I have been using them ever since. I love the Polymeric fluid and wax I use them both at the same time during hunting season for extra protection. Before target shooting I use just the fluid. They both go on very easy and smooth, and they last a long time. This is great if you one to not wax your string a lot. The fluid is nice as it flows into the weave of the string coating the
core. It also brightens the string colors so you know where it has been applied and brings the bow string to look like new. The wax is a paste like car wax that comes with a leather applicator and is a combination of the fluid and the wax when I used a biscuit rest I also used their biscuit spray. Their lubes are waterproof and odor free. They have all the lubes and cleaners for your bow.
The only bad thing I can say about the fluid is there is a drying time. Wax sets after 5 – 10 minutes and the fluid takes about an hour. So don’t apply the fluid just before shooting. I had to find this out the hard way (thought it was sprinkling rain when I shot) I would highly recommend just trying out any of their products I really don’t think you will be dissappointed
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