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Re: Seal Coat ruined all my paint jobs...
« Reply #30 on: 12/19/14 08:55 UTC »
Man, that site offers a ton of tech talk and they certainly can steer people to the product for the best fit on an individual basis. Just a bit spendy but man, do they cover some bases that other places seem to take for granted.

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« Reply #31 on: 12/19/14 09:51 UTC »

There are methods that reduce waste to almost none.

I'm all ears. 

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Re: Seal Coat ruined all my paint jobs...
« Reply #32 on: 12/19/14 12:33 UTC »
I'm all ears.

We've heard that from the lady in your life.

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« Reply #33 on: 12/19/14 12:58 UTC »
We've heard that from the lady in your life.
Tom, I hear it's true... sad deal really all ears and one eye. He has a charming personality and a face that would make Hellen Keller laugh. But really good dude  :D

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Re: Seal Coat ruined all my paint jobs...
« Reply #34 on: 12/19/14 18:13 UTC »
How did this turn into this?  Jerry we should ban both these guys for two weeks from here.

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« Reply #35 on: 12/19/14 19:04 UTC »
How did this turn into this?  Jerry we should ban both these guys for two weeks from here.
We will start our own forum the tom and Terry show..... We could be the new face book :@) sorry justin you big baby. I'm sorry for talking about your ears and insinuating your not good looking. Will you stop cry'n in the corner and come back to the class? 

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Re: Seal Coat ruined all my paint jobs...
« Reply #36 on: 12/19/14 19:12 UTC »
not sure if two weeks would be enough Justin  ::)
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Re: Seal Coat ruined all my paint jobs...
« Reply #37 on: 12/19/14 22:28 UTC »
How did this turn into this? 

Now wait....you brought up your disability.

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Re: Seal Coat ruined all my paint jobs...
« Reply #38 on: 12/19/14 23:00 UTC »
Years of painting automotive parts taught me one thing that leads to cracking of clearcoat.. Usually too thick of a coating or wrong grade of catalyst for the temperature. Having said that, I read the post and remembered the video below
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gu75tIiTHEw
I am still trying to figure out what polyester resin he is talking about.  All the resins I have used require a catalyst (MEK) and have a limited pot life after mixing. Yet watching the video he has a big vat and dips and closes the lid ready for the next round.
Wishing y'all tight lines and bent wriggling rods. Happy Fishing!

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Re: Seal Coat ruined all my paint jobs...
« Reply #39 on: 12/20/14 02:15 UTC »
Years of painting automotive parts taught me one thing that leads to cracking of clearcoat.. Usually too thick of a coating or wrong grade of catalyst for the temperature. Having said that, I read the post and remembered the video below
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gu75tIiTHEw
I am still trying to figure out what polyester resin he is talking about.  All the resins I have used require a catalyst (MEK) and have a limited pot life after mixing. Yet watching the video he has a big vat and dips and closes the lid ready for the next round.

He is most likely using propionate which is a plastic melted in Acetone.
The acetone evaporates leaving you with a plastic coated lure. I have not personally used it but some guys swear by the stuff.