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JJ's Magic and Plano Boxes?

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Got a JJ's question for you all.  I've got some baits, worms mainly, that I want to scent with some clear JJs.  I was planning on putting a little JJ's in a ziploc bag and throwing the baits in there to get a dunking.  After letting them dry I'd put them back in the Plano boxes I've got them stored in.  Will the JJ's on the baits do anything to the plastic boxes?  I know it can be volatile stuff 

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Never had an issue with mine when I do that.

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Should be fine. I always throw them back in the Planos if I change baits, and never had an issue yet.

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I keep my JJ's containers in a Plano 3730.  This is where I do all my bait dipping and when I am done, I just throw the dipped plastic on the lid until I get the containers closed up.  Then I wipe any excess JJ's on the lid and close it all back up.  The entire lid of the Plano is died chartreuse and smells real nice.  ;D

The Plano lid bends a little bit around the JJs but it still closes and holds the bottles perfectly in place. 

I have been doing this for two seasons and the Plano box is still holding up just fine.  I don't think JJ's will bother the plastic boxes.

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The worst it will probably do is stink up the box and everything within a 1 mile radius of it. Put the baits back in the zip-lock bag they came in and leave them there until they are ready for use.

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