At the factory they spray it on somehow. I would try dipping it in bees wax and shaking off the excess and see how it works. I do this with PermaComb but I preheat the PermaComb to 200 degrees F. It may clump up if you don't preheat and I don't know what the melting point of the plastic in rite cell is.
I have lot of Duraguilt that has been striped clean by wax worms.
Paint it on sounds good.
Do I have to heat the plastic. Or do I just melt the wax and use a paint brush? Paint thin as I can , I expect??
I thought it was just junk but maybe you gyus will "Save it for me"
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