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Re: first run since back together, 941d

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08-25-2014 12:38:08

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first time i tried it a couple ys ago.. it was junk IMHO.

now.. i believe they have changed it.

i like it.

went down easy...

their reducer costs more than naptha.. but .... it works..

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08-25-2014 17:21:08

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 Re: first run since back together, 941d in reply to soundguy, 08-25-2014 12:38:08  
Thanks, I may give it a try.

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08-26-2014 04:42:27

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 Re: first run since back together, 941d in reply to HCooke, 08-25-2014 17:21:08  
Still an affordable paint too.

Their hardner seems to work about as good as Valspar Gardner, basin sun enamil, blue can, quik cure 803?, works the best of the 3, and I did test all of them. Have not figured out what their reducer is but it is on the slow side. It is not as slow as mineral spirits nor as fast as naptha, call it a medium near the green can full thane mason reducer, smells similar too, but not exactly the same. The fullthane will do alkyd/syn, and acrylic enamul, mason acrilic uses a more aggressive Gardner and doesn't like mineral spirits much. Typing from phone.. Ugh

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