PZ Line Cleaner
Restore Leaders &
(A truly amazing product)
Gehrke's PZ® Fly-Line Cleaner & Dressing is
above all things regarding fly lines, leaders, & monofilament
the most important product protection and restoring agent every
fisherman in the world should have in their fishing arsenal.
Mono Fish-Nets simply
rot over a period of time. Gehrke's PZ® is
the only product that can restore and save them from drying out
and becoming brittle.
Grease Line Fly Fishing is the primary fishing style
when going after Steelhead and Atlantic Salmon. A Fly-Line dressed
with PZ® Fly-Line Dressing including
the leader, will perform perfectly - allowing the fly fisherman
control and the uncanny ability to cast farther with less effort. PZ® Fly-Line Cleaner & Conditioner will
even float a completely worthless fly line which coating is cracked
and brittle as long as it is dressed before the core is allowed
to get wet again. PZ® will
not repair the cracks in a fly line but it will make it reusable
for a limited time or until a new fly line is obtained.
Gehrke's PZ® Fly-Line
Dressing is used by world distance casting champions.
With the cost of fly lines exceeding $30 and many
now approaching $70 each, there is nothing better for the care
and maintenance of your fly lines and leaders then Gehrke's
PZ® Fly-Line Cleaner & Dressing.
Suggested Retail: $5.00
HOW TO USE
answer to: Rec.Outdoors.Fishing.Fly
To answer some instructional questions, peel off
your fly line and lay it loosely on a clean newspaper. If it is
a used fly line and a bit dry . . . do NOT STRETCH it in-between
two points or you might separate the dried out PVC plastic and
Put a liberal amount of PZ® FLY
LINE CLEANER and Dressing on a used T-shirt, sock, soft cotton
item and pull the fly line through the solution. Sometimes
you can have someone help you by letting them hold up a section
and you scrub back and forth until you go from end to end.
Notice all that crud and crap that comes out of your fly line?
Well . . . half of what you bought it for has happened. Next,
apply a LIBERAL amount of PZ® Fly
Line Dressing onto the cloth and slowly reel it through the
dressing onto your reel. Let this soak in for about 3 - 8 hours.
Sometimes, severly dried out fly lines may stay soaking for
24 hours. After this time, as you must feel the texture of
your coating to make sure your fly line is loving it
but not getting too soft. It has never happened but PZ® is
like trying to control a atomic reactor. The fly line is 'THIRSTY'
for the right Plasticers which PZ® "IS."
Next, strip off the fly line again and wipe it dry of all the excess PZ®.
You should be like new. In otherwords, instead of spending another $11.57 to
over $60 for a new fly line, for $4 bucks, you have enough to save several
fly lines. What a bargain!
Now then . . . each time you see the tip of your fly line starting
to sink, dress it each time you go out with PZ® Fly
Line Dressing/Cleaner. It is the only product that will put
a fly line tip on top of the water the way it should be. HIGH!
You can also dress your leader with PZ® and
monofiliment which is the only product that will restore even
most monos. Gehrke's PZ® Fly-Line
Cleaner & Dressing is probably the most under rated
product in the industry and yet the one that does the most
for the least amount of money and effort. Even though fly lines
are expendable items, to my thinking, not at those prices.
Consider the fact that it cost buy pocket change to make a
fly line. There is more money in the packaging then in the
product, believe it or not. If it wasn't for the fact that
Cortland came out with that nice series sold now in WalMart
for $11.57 - I was about ready to start a fly line company
and bring out fly lines that cost less then $10 again. Cortland
put a stop to that for me, yes sirs!
Anyhow, I hope this helps you and others that have asked the
same question. Keep a bottle with you everytime you go fly
fishing. If you take care of your FLY LINE it will take care