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Re: Alkyd Enamel Paint

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04-22-2013 12:51:18

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that"s what I am afraid of, if I go that route. I don"t want to spend a lot of money on auto type paint but what a decent paint job.

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04-25-2013 11:53:04

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 Re: Alkyd Enamel Paint in reply to calcubman, 04-22-2013 12:51:18  
Calcubman: It is true of all paints--you get what ya pay for. If ya buy cheap paint, ya gets a cheap finish that doesn't hold up well over time. It is also true: If ya don't know very much about refinishing a piece of equipment, and just go at it blind, you will waste a pile of money on the paint and materials, plus the effects of the paint, if sprayed, on yer lungs, will be bad. I refinished cars for 40 years, and the paint spray got to my lungs. I retired 20 years ago, and now i just use the sponge brushes with Rustoleum paints. Also--if you do decide to spray the paint, with hardener-thats when the isocyanates in the hardener gets into yer lungs, and does funny (well, not funny) stuff to yer breathing apparatus! Sponge brushes forever!!

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04-25-2013 20:46:04

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 Re: Alkyd Enamel Paint in reply to rustyj14, 04-25-2013 11:53:04  
do they make cub cadet yellow?

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04-25-2013 20:18:08

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 Re: Alkyd Enamel Paint in reply to rustyj14, 04-25-2013 11:53:04  
sponge brushes? what kind of finish does it leave? i would like to see a finished piece before i try it.

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